• Close to the western end of Island Club Rd
  • Daily 9am–5pm (Sat & Sun from 8.30am)
  • Free
  • To hike there, turn right from the entrance and use the trails that begin at the eastern edge of the water (1hr 30min one-way); alternatively catch bus #166 or #167 to the start of Island Club Rd, then walk in (45min)

In the jungle on the far side of the reservoir, some 2.5km from the Lornie Road entrance as the crow flies, is the Treetop Walk, a 250m circular trail suspended above ground, giving a monkey’s-eye view of the forest. It is a bit of a hassle to reach, but as long as there are no noisy school parties bustling across, you’ve a decent chance of spotting some birdlife.

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