This nature reserve is home to around 180 species of native Australian birds, animals and reptiles who are roaming free in over 170 acres of bush.
This is a great chance to see how Australian animals
live in their natural habitat. Koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, possums and bandicoots are all common sights around the park. Many of them are used to visitors and enjoy a pat. The area is also rich in Aboriginal history, and engravings and sketches can be found in the sandstone throughout the park
The park holds daily talks and activities which promote education about the flora and fauna of the area as well as its aboriginal heritage. Tours of the park are available which can also include morning or afternoon tea. Those keen to experience the Australian bush at night can also arrange to sleep out in the park.
There is a visitor's centre where you can find out what's on offer, as well as a café and picnic area onsite. Address: corner of Peats Ridge Road and Darkinjung Road, Calga, NSW, 2250.