takara limuna /Sheoak Walk

Natural Attractions

The name of the trail is taken from palawa kani and refers to the limuna (sheoak tree) which are endemic to the Bedlam Walls Reserve.

Accessed via the Shag Bay Track and set across 700 metres along the headland of Bedlam Walls, the takara limuna walking trail features a viewing platform, a central firepit and gathering circle.

Activity: Walking only trail. This is an easy walk for families, with panoramic views of the Derwent River throughout the length of the walk.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Dogs: Under effective control (Please obey signage. Effective control means your dog is in close proximity, in line of sight, immediately responds to your voice command. If not, keep your dog on lead.)

Getting there and parking: Park at the end of DeBomford Lane in Geilston Bay Regional Park, cross the bridge over Geilston Creek and follow the track along the edge of Geilston Creek Road to where the main track begins at Sarean Court. The track is mostly flat but slightly undulating.


Family Friendly

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available

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