Soak in breathtaking scenery as we meander along the boardwalk while the sun sets over a canopy of flying foxes.
Also known as ‘The Brush’, this nature reserve is a significant roosting and maternity site for the vulnerable grey-headed flying fox. Learn about this mysterious mammal as you explore the tree canopy by torchlight. You’ll discover what they eat, where they sleep and how they live in this incredibly diverse environment.
This family-friendly twilight adventure is fun for all ages. It’s a great opportunity to spot fruit pigeons, bowerbirds and bats from under the canopy of Wingham Brush. You'll be amazed at what you can discover in the landscape with a little help from your guides.
Please wear fully enclosed footwear and bring insect repellent, drinking water, snacks and a small torch to guide you.
Grading: Easy. Suitable for adults and children 5 years and over. You’ll walk for 2km along a flat boardwalk.
Guided: Yes. Wheelchair accessible:
• The eastern section of this boardwalk, from the end of Farquhar Street, along Graham Allen walking track and Flying Fox loop is suitable for wheelchairs, prams and visitors with limited mobility.
• This section of the track consists of raised timber and fibremesh boardwalk.