The reserve includes the largest inland water body on the Mornington Peninsula providing valuable habitat for waterbirds and shorebirds. Recreational activities including picnics, walking and cycling, fishing, photography, birdwatching and non-powered watercraft.
The landscapes and landforms of the reserve are intrinsic elements of the Country of the Boonwurrung people. The reserve is of considerable aesthetic, historical, scientific and social value to the Boonwurrung people and has been assessed as being of state significance for its unique combination of cultural and environmental values near a populated area.
Facilities include picnic tables, shelters, toilets and electric barbecues in the Daangean Point Picnic Area.
ActivitiesBirdwatching Boating Canoeing/Kayaking Fishing Hiking Walks
Disabled AssistanceDisabled access available