100 Acres Reserve

Features
Bushland area
Dogs on lead
Walking trails

The 100 Acres Reserve is 41 hectares and classified as a Conservation Reserve of Regional significance. The Reserve also provides a range of recreation opportunities in a natural bush setting including walking, jogging, dog walking, horse riding and nature appreciation.

A review of The 100 Acres Reserve Management Plan (1996) was completed in 2010 and improvements include continuing to improve the Reserve’s biodiversity, weed and pest control programs, protection of rare or threatened flora species, path upgrades, signage and changes to dog controls in high conservation areas.

Pedestrian Links

  • Knees Road (Domeney Reserve carpark) 
  • Arundel Road
  • Berringa Road
  • Wirth Road

Bring your dog

Dogs on lead except the identified area of environmental significance in the north west corner of the Reserve where dogs are prohibited.

Paths and trails

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  • 100 Acres Reserve Management Plan
    100 Acres Reserve Management Plan
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