Walk through bushland and discover many native plant species.

Tarwin Lower’s Flora and Fauna Reserve is located off Walkerville Road and is home to a wide variety of native plants and animals.

The 1 kilometre Manna Gum Loop Track circles the reserve and provides a leisurely walk through native bushland.

Several seats are available along the walk, enabling you to relax and enjoy the scenery.

Scented Paperbark (Melaleuca squarrosa), Swamp Paperbark (Melaleuca ericifolia), Red-fruit Saw-sedge (Gahnia sieberiana) and Tall Sword-sedge (Gahnia clarkei) are just some of the native plant species that can be found in the reserve’s riparian scrub.

Track Specifics


The walk is a short 1 kilometre in length.


Grass track with undulating surface. One short bridge/boardwalk section.


From the roundabout in Tarwin Lower turn into Walkerville Road, then turn left into Fauna Park Road, shortly after passing the Tarwin Lower Recreation Reserve.

More Walks

There are many more walking tracks to be discovered in South Gippsland.

Some are short, some are long, some are suitable for cycling, and all are are great way to enjoy time in our beautiful part of the world.