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This peaceful reserve features native plantings and is home to a variety of birds, making it a pleasant spot for walking or cycling.
The 60-hectare reserve has been developed into an oasis of native plants and wetlands located between the Mayfield subdivision in Bethlehem and the suburb of Brookfield. Features include a playground and an outdoor classroom area which is used for Learning Through Discovery programmes.
More than two kilometres of walkways wind through this reserve including 230 metres of boardwalk lined with native plants. These walkways provide excellent walking and cycling links between Bethlehem, Brookfield and Bellevue.
Council's learning through discovery programmes
Gordon Carmichael Reserve walkways
Last Reviewed: 09/09/2019