A wildly varying landscape can be found within this reserve, which is hemmed by bay and creek. In a short space of time walkers can experience swamps, ponds, dry forests, paperbark groves and lunar landscapes or red claypan. There are 2 routes to choose from:
1. Wet’n’Wild Circuit – This is a self-contained segment of the longer second walk and is an easy but interesting stroller friendly 1.25km circuit of approximately 30mins, leaving from the designated car park off Orana St. Tea tree groves, red claypan flats, she oaks, a red gum forest and contemplation benches feature in this one and the really lucky may spot a koala.
2. Point Halloran Walk – Incorporating the Wet’n’Wild circuit, this 2.8km in total flat walk departs from the far end of School Rd where there is limited car parking and bypasses bird ponds and both dry and Jurassic looking forests, and follows a boardwalk through swamp on its way to join the Wet’n’Wild Circuit there is a child’s playground at the cusp of the two sections.