Located just 10 kilometres south of Devonport the Arboretum is home to the worlds largest collection of Tasmanian living woody plants, Southern Hemisphere Conifers and one of the best places in Tasmania to see a platypus in the wild. Opening hours: Gates re open every day from 9am to sunset. Entry: $5 per Adult, or free with membership (see […]
Miandetta Park is located between Berrigan Road and Beaumont Drive. 2019 saw the inclusion of a playground to the park and 2019-2020 Capital Works included a New Toilet Block.
Turners Wetland Reserve is located in Miandetta off Langslow Drive. A home of the Central North Burrowing Crayfish. If you would like to be involved in activities to help preserve the natural values of this reserve Wildcare Friends of Devonport Reserves have regular meetings. To join the group and find out about their next meeting follow […]
Miandetta Reserve is located in Miandetta off Penambul Drive and is bordered by the railway line to the south and east and private residential properties on its northern and western boundaries. 2019 Students from a local Primary School assisted Council Natural Resource Management Officer to plant about 48 native seedlings along the waterway and around the […]
The Kelcey Tier Greenbelt or Reserve consists of 185 hectares of predominantly native bushland with important conservation values, and provides social and recreational opportunities with walking and mountain biking trails, public art and bird watching/twitching. In spring, Kelcey Tier is a great place to see the swift parrot (Lathamus discolor). Explore the trails and you […]
Located in East Devonport, the wetlands are an enriched habitat for a diverse range of flora and fauna on approximately 1.7 hectares of land between Mary and Caroline Streets, opposite the East Devonport Recreation and Function Centre. In September 2018 the Devonport City Council voted to rename the Mary Street Wetlands to recognise the city’s […]
The Don Reserve is a peaceful and stunning bushland reserve which features paved and sawdust walking tracks near and beside the Don River. It is accessible seven days a week by pathways with parking available; Coles Beach, Splash Devonport Aquatic and Leisure Centre, Jiloa Way (Street parking), Dell Luck Reserve/Don River Railway. Bike racks are […]