Miami Bushland Reserve

Kids playing cricket in a park

Miami Bushland Reserve is a four-hectare urban reserve which is perfect for nature lovers that are after a short escape. There is a return 800-metre bushwalk with some stairs which will take you from Anthony Drive to Bardon Avenue.

Despite its relatively isolated nature and urban context, Miami Bushland Reserve possesses important ecological values for the city. The dominant vegetation community of the Reserve is Eucalyptus pilularis woodland/open forest. This vegetation type has a conservation status of 'Endangered'.

This reserve is yours to use for getting back to nature.

Miami Bushland Reserve trail maps

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Dog prohibited area

This park is a dog prohibited area.

Map of dog prohibited area(PDF, 538KB)

A dog prohibited area is the signed part of a park, reserve, foreshore or beach where dogs are not permitted. Dogs are prohibited in all children's playground areas and within 200 metres of all flagged bathing areas.


Miami Bushland Reserve, Bardon Avenue, Miami 4220  
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