There are four interconnecting trails throughout the sanctuary, all within walking distance from the Information Centre. Each trail is no longer than 2km return.
The Wildlife Walk is the most popular, as it lets you experience a close encounter with native wildlife . With its predator-proof fencing, the sanctuary is a safe haven for native animals. To ensure their well-being, touching or feeding animals is not permitted.
The walk meanders past emus and Eastern Grey Kangaroos grazing, before providing you with some outstanding opportunities for birdwatching from viewing areas, hides and flight aviaries.
You may be treated to Brolgas trumpeting, Whistling Kites soaring high overhead, magnificent Yellow-billed Spoonbills wading through the shallow water, or even a glimpse of the well-hidden Tawny Frogmouth as it watches you pass by.
Specially designed bird hides enable you to see some of the 150 species of birds that breed at, or visit, Serendip Sanctuary.