3326 Brandt Road, Knuckey Lagoon
Caretakers: 8947 4062
Situated in 19 hectares of woodland and wetlands, this Reserve features nature walks, picnic areas and a World War II heritage site.
The unspoilt bushland offers opportunities to relax amongst woodland environment. Six themed walking trails guide you through the Reserve where you can encounter an array of bird species and lizards or appreciate the Banksias, Grevillea, Pandanus, Stringybarks, Woolybutts and Cycads that grow in abundance.
Activity areas such as a basketball court and playground equipment provide hours of healthy fun for all the family. There are also picnic and BBQ facilities available or you can just relax in the shaded environment.
You can book a function in the air-conditioned conference room or in the undercover concreted area with all the amenities provided. Please ask the on-site caretaker for more information.
Camping facilities are also available at the Reserve (rules and conditions apply).
The Reserve offers many Walking Tracks »
Various clubs meet regularly at the Reserve.
- The First Berrimah Scout Group meets every Tuesday between 5.30pm and 7.00pm
- The Top End Gem and Mineral Club meet every Tuesday morning between 9.00am and 12.00 midday and Wednesday nights 5.00pm to 9.00pm.
The Reserve is managed by the Knuckey Lagoon Reserve Council Commitee. If you would like to join the volunteer activities or want further information on the Knuckey Lagoon Recreation Reserve, please contact Litchfield Council on 8983 0600.
How to Get There
Located at 3326 Brandt Road, Knuckey Lagoon the Reserve is just 3km past Crocodylus Park on McMillans Road. To get to the Reserve, turn left from McMillans Road onto Farrar Road, then left into Brandt Road and then right into the Reserve.