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Devilbend Reservoir Walking Tracks

Walk Difficulty A haven for waterbirds and walkers, Devilbend Reserve comprises 422 hectares of native vegetation along with almost 250 hectares of water surface area. Devilbend can be explored by selected walking tracks. The trail system includes all‐ability access to the shoreline, viewing/fishing platforms and boardwalk. Dogs and other pets are not permitted.
The main walks are Western Shoreline Track - 1.2km - Descend from the Devilbend Picnic Area along the 2.5m wide shoreline trail on a compacted surface that takes in views across the expansive reservoir whilst making your way down to the fishing platforms and boardwalks.
Daangean Point Track - 1.5km return - This bushwalk runs through lowland forest from Daangean Point to the southern shoreline. The walk provides expansive views across the reservoir where waterbirds can be viewed.
For the more adventurous walker, the Devilbend Circuit Track – 11.5km, circumnavigates Devilbend Reservoir. The trail meanders through lowland forest and grassy woodland with multiple access points to the tranquil
waterbody providing birdwatching and passive recreation. A further 2.5km extension to include Bittern Reservoir Circuit is available.
Parking and facilities available at the Devilbend carpark off Graydens Road.

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