Lace up your runners and get walking (or running) at South Para, Myponga, Warren and Bundaleer reservoir reserves.
With a range of tracks on offer, Explore on foot through a changing landscape of native bushland and plantation forests. From the entrance to the north west peninsula is 2.9km, or you can head to the south west peninsula (2.5km) and south peninsula (2.1km). Pack a picnic and explore these shared use trails leading to water views.
The Grade 3 trails are suitable for most ages and fitness levels with some bushwalking experience recommended.
The 3.3km loop on the south eastern side of the reservoir takes you across open plains, through forested areas and native vegetation, and is suitable for families with young children. The unsealed trails are suitable for walking and running.
An additional 3km of new walking trails has recently been added to the reserve's total network, unlocking access to an additional 140 hectares of the site. This Grade 3 trail is suitable for most ages and with moderate fitness levels, and bushwalking experience is recommended as it has short steep sections and uneven surfaces.
There are a total of 4.9km of trails in Hope Valley Reservoir Reserve linking into the O-Bahn Bikeway and giving opportunity to cross the dam wall and explore both the east and western sides of the reserve. The unsealed trail is suitable for walking and running.
Two unsealed trails provide a great Australian bush experience with water views. The 5.5km West Warren Reservoir Reserve loop and the 8.8km North Warren Reservoir Reserve loop are graded as moderate hikes (Grade 3). They are suitable for most ages and fitness levels with some bushwalking experience recommended.
The 4.6km loop trail takes you around the entire reservoir, including over the dam wall, so you can take in the reservoir from all aspects.