Valley Reserve is a 15 hectare bushland reserve situated within Mount Waverley. The reserve provides a vital habitat for a wide range of fauna and has remained intact as an insight into how Mount Waverley looked before urban development.
There is also a walking track where you can follow all natural aspects of the Valley Reserve.
A unique adventure playspace has opened in Valley Reserve, Mount Waverley.
The playspace has rope climbing courses, a tree house and flying foxes.
Read more: Adventure playspace at Valley Reserve
Look out for our signs within the reserve which highlight points of interest. Information is provided about how the area used to look, the revegetation works undertaken to restore the Reserve, the importance of the habitat and details of flora and fauna to be found. Home to more than 55 native species, including 32 significant plant species, the reserve site is considered to be of Regional Zoological Significance.
Significant fauna species likely to be found here include the Grey-headed Flying Fox, Southern Bell Frog, Eastern Snake-necked Tortoise, Peregrine Falcon, Crested Shrike-tit, Gang-Gang Cockatoo and the Striped Marsh Frog.