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Bellbird Dell is a 1.4 km linear park with an area of 17.5 hectares, named after the many bell birds, with some areas of remnant bush, walking trails, wetlands and ornamental lakes.
The park has two children's play grounds, many walking
trails/tracks and boardwalks over the wetlands sectors.
Open grassed areas with picnic tables provide places for quiet enjoyment.
Many varieties of birds and frogs can be seen and heard here and, in spring, there are wild flowers. Victoria's floral emblem the Pink Heath (Epacris impressa) can be seen growing 'wild' within the remnant areas.
For walkers the Dell offers short or long strolls but dogs must
be on a leash. Main pathways are shared with cyclists.
Entrances are easily accessed from numerous local streets by walkers, but for those travelling be car, there is limited parking at the George Road entrance. Disabled entry is best from George Road also as the track here is wide with a firm, even surface and gentle gradients.
Please note there are no toilets on site. Nearest toilets are at Terrara Park Pavilion.
How To Get There: Melway Reference 62J6. The Dell is located in Vermont, between Canterbury Road and Burwood Highway. Bus routes run along George and Terrara Roads.
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