Damper Creek Reserve is an 11 hectare bushland reserve situated in Mount Waverley. The 1.5km narrow bushland strip follows the Damper Creek watercourse. The Damper Creek Path is an unsealed walking path through the reserve. Keep on the lookout for the diverse species that are native to Damper Creek. The reserve has been stabilised and reconstructed by council and the friends of Damper Creek Reserve, with the important urban bushland now rich in indigenous flora and fauna.
Take your camera on a leisurely walk through the reserve to capture pictures of the Southern Bell Frog, the Grey-headed Flying Fox, Peregrine Falcon, Gang Gang Cockatoo, Sugar Glider, and the Striped Marsh Frog; all considered of Regional Zoological Significance. The natural watercourse flowing through the Reserve supports a diversity of habitats. Look out for the interpretative signage to guide you through our beautiful parklands.
Damper Creek also has an extensive walking track, for more information and a detailed route please follow the link.