The Tugun Hill Conservation Area is approximately 16 hectares and is managed for conservation purposes.
It forms part of the Currumbin to Cobaki wetlands habitat corridor, an area considered to be of national significance for nature conservation because of its high diversity of flora and fauna.
The conservation area protects one of the last remaining populations of the endangered Blackbutt, a vegetation type which has been reduced by land clearing and is otherwise poorly represented in protected areas. The high integrity of this community provides habitat for arboreal fauna such as koalas, possums and gliders, while the understorey has a diverse range of ground dwelling mammals including common planigale, northern brown bandicoot, yellow-footed antechinus, grassland melomys and swamp wallaby.
There are moderate walking tracks throughout the reserve with a return circuit walk of approximately 900 metres.
There is a small playground at the Mireen Drive end of the park (number 51, between 47 and 50 Mireen Drive).
Line map (PDF 210kb)
Terrain map (PDF 192kb)
Suitable for moderate fitness levels with a mix of hills and uneven level tracks and stairs.
Access via Murray Street and Clancy Court, Tugun.
This park is a dog prohibited area. For more information visit our dog exercise areas page.
Map of dog prohibited area (PDF 682kb)
51 Mireen Drive, Tugun, QLD 4224Map