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Parks Week 2018: Welcome Walk, Braeside Park


Celebrate Parks Week 2018 with a ranger-led walk in nature – it’s great for your physical and mental health.

Get in touch with nature and discover the diverse range of bird life along the Heathland Trail.  Listen for frogs or search for an echidna. Braeside Park is a haven for native plants, such as Tiger Orchids, Wedding‐bush and old River Red Gums. Keep an eye out for the Blue-billed duck, an endangered bird often seen here.

Useful Information

Meeting point:    Visitor Centre (carpark 10 – Cockatoo carpark for the best access)

Please bring water, hat and sunscreen.

You can register for these walks in the Nature Walks group on ParkConnect at

You will then be able to join all Parks Victoria’s Nature Walk and Volunteer opportunities in the future.


  • Cost: Free
  • Booking not required
  • Meeting point: Visitor Centre (carpark 10 – Cockatoo carpark for the best access), VIC Braeside Park - Visitor Centre, Braeside VIC, Australia

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