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The combination of neighbourhood park and stunning bushland makes Ingleburn Reserve a popular spot with families.
Park your car to find a spacious park surrounded by native forest. There's plenty of tables and barbeques for a great family meal. The playground installed in 2015 has the latest equipment for big and small kids. The toilets have also been recently updated to provide more comfort and safety.
Follow a short trail to the gorge through endangered bushland. Don’t forget to bring your camera to snap native wildlife along the way!
At the end of the trail you’ll find the picturesque Georges River Gorge and Ingleburn Weir, a relic from 1930s built to provide a swimming hole for locals. Relax and soak up the beauty of the bushland, or try your luck fishing from the Gorge.
The 770 metre family-friendly Mountain Bike Trail Loop includes a range of jumps, berms and obstacles to help new mountain bike riders to develop your skills.
There’s plenty more to come at Ingleburn Reserve, with more upgrades planned over the coming months.
Walking trail - 400m. The path is made of sandstone and is a loose, rocky, unsealed surface.
Mountain Bike Trail Loop - 250m easy loop for learns and a longer 450m intermediate loop for those who are ready for the extra challenge.
A bus stop is a short walk away on Peugeot Dr.
Bensley Rd, Ingleburn 2565 View Map
Bensley Rd ,
The trail cuts through stunning bushland
Check out the old remains of Ingleburn Weir while you dip your toes in for a refreshing break
The reserve is great for a spot of birdwatching. John Dodd, Nature Photo Competition 2013
Plenty of picnic tables and bbqs can be found at the top of the reserve
Kids will love spending time at the playground will parents can watch from the shade under a picnic table
The reserve also has brand new toilets, easily accessible for people with disabilities
Follow the short trail down the Ingleburn Weir