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Wurundjeri Walk, Blackburn South

Wurundjeri Walk is a well-maintained Melbourne accessible park that features a lake, playground, benches and plenty of walking paths to explore.
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Great for family walks and picnics to enjoy the nature
This park features shared paths for cyclists and pedestrians
Flat gravel paths provide easy access to park's attractions
Plenty of space to play so bring the kids to let off steam

Are you looking for a peaceful and relaxing walk to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature? Look no further than Wurundjeri Walk, Blackburn South VIC 3130. Wurundjeri Walk features a shared path for cyclists and pedestrians. There is plenty of space to play and run, so bring the kids to let off steam or take your dog for a walk on the scenic trails.

This 20-hectare linear park is named after the Wurundjeri Clan, the Koori people who lived in this area before the white settlement and called this land home. This Melbourne park is spacious, with sports grounds attached, and offers plenty of nooks and crannies for exploration and bird watching. 

This well-maintained park features a lake, playground, benches and plenty of walking paths to explore. Keep an eye out for local bird species such as the White-faced Heron and Pied Cormorant, or take a moment to relax on one of the many benches scattered throughout the park.

Well-maintained wide and flat gravel walking paths wind through the park, providing easy access to its many attractions and facilities and making this park wheelchair accessible. 

The park's attractions and facilities include a children's playground, a beautiful lake serving as a flood retarding basin, and wetlands filled with birds. In addition, you'll find a circular pond with frogs down the hill and a children's playground up the hill. 

If you're looking for some peace and quiet, take a stroll around the picturesque creek that runs through the centre of the park and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature. Marvel at the towering gum trees and soak up the natural beauty of this tranquil accessible park in Melbourne.


  • Bridges
  • Climbing structure
  • Hammock
  • Monkey bars
  • Rock steps
  • Ropes 
  • Slide
  • Swings
  • And more!


  • Parking
  • Gravel shared paths
  • Accessible walking paths
  • Benches
  • Picnic tables
  • Water tap / Drinking water refill station
  • Dog on-leash area


  • Wide and flat mostly gravel walking paths 
  • The pavement on the children's playground
  • Elena