Blackbutt Nature Reserve
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An iconic Newcastle bushland reserve in the suburbs. Beautiful BBQ and picnic areas provided in a very family friendly environment. Around at the Kotara entrance off Carnley drive is a number of native animal enclosures including kangaroos, koalas, native birds and reptiles. All of these activities…
A really nice reserve for afternoon hikes. If you travel with kids they have a small animal reserve too, as well as great playgrounds.
Pop to Blackbutt Reserve to visit some very special native animals. Housing koalas, kangaroos, reptiles, emus & peacocks, Blackbutt is an exciting destination for both children and adults alike.
Carnley Avenue, Kotara. Paid parking, free entry. animals, birds, playground, picnicking bbq's etc.
Free entry, paid parking, A must see! A variety of animals, beautiful walks, picnic areas, good in a weather. A favourite for kids of all ages. A large area with plenty of space to explore.
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