Devilbend (Devilbend Natural Features Reserve)

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Devilbend (Devilbend Natural Features Reserve)

A haven for waterbirds and walkers, Devilbend Natural Features Reserve includes the largest inland water body on the Mornington Peninsula. The lowland forest, reservoirs and shoreline provide valuable habitat and glistening scenery to enjoy picnics, fishing photography, birdwatching and non-powered watercraft.

Explore Devilbend via the scenic walking tracks that wind around the reserve, from the easy boardwalks to the more adventurous 11.5km Devilbend Circuit Track around the reservoir. Take in the woodlands and tranquil waters, keeping watch for the native wildlife and the many species of birds that call this place home. The 250 hectare Devilbend Reservoir is recognised by BirdLife International as being globally important for the conservation of bird populations, including the threatened Blue billed Duck. Keep an eye out for the majestic White bellied Sea Eagle. You can also cycle along the tracks, or horse ride along the bushland of the Southern Boundary.

Relax by the shores of the Devilbend Reservoir and Bittern Reservoir, enjoying a picnic, some wildlife watching or water activities. The Reservoir fishing areas are stocked with Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout and Estuary Perch, with fishing pontoons and platforms available for keen freshwater anglers. Non powered watercraft such as canoes and kayaks can be used in a designated zone at the northern arm of the Reservoir, with two launch facilities along the Western Shoreline Trail. See the reserve and its wildlife from a whole new perspective as you paddle through the serene waters.

While you are at the reservoir, follow our water safety advice to make sure your day out at the reserve is a safe and enjoyable one.

Daangean Point Picnic Area has electric barbecues, picnic tables, shelter and toilets. Remember to bring your own drinking water and take your rubbish away with you when you leave.

The shoreline has all abilities access (wheelchair and pram).
Park gates are closed for vehicle access between dusk and dawn.

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Devilbend (Devilbend Natural Features Reserve)

Facilities

Carpark
Toilets

Need to know

Devilbend (Devilbend Natural Features Reserve)

Warnings & Restrictions

Dogs

Dogs are not allowed

Restrictions

Warnings

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