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Upper Peirce Reservoir Park

Notices

For your own safety, you should stay on designated trails in the Central Catchment Nature Reserve. This Nature Reserve is home to numerous species of endangered native flora and fauna. Human activity in this area can affect animal movement, or result in trampling on endangered plant saplings. We seek your co-operation to stay on designated trails.
 
Entering or leaving any part of the nature reserve that is not reflected as a designated trail is an offence under the Parks and Trees Regulations which carries a penalty of a fine of up to $2,000.
 
When approached by monkeys, you should look down and walk at least 1.5 metres away from them. Do not make direct eye contact or smile as these may be misinterpreted as signs of aggression and challenge. Keep food and snacks in haversacks and not in plastic bags. Do not eat in the presence of monkeys.

 

Organised group activities (including learning journeys and hiking)

  • For organised group activities to our nature reserves and nature parks, an application is needed. For more information click here.
  • Please visit our Noticeboard for the latest updates and advisories pertaining to COVID-19.

Things To Do

  • Bird Watching

    The forest is a wonderful place to watch birds, but you will require lots of patience as the vegetation is dense and the high canopy adds to the difficulty in spotting them. You will probably hear a bird call before you see them.

  • Hiking and Nature Appreciation

    This trail is ideal for nature lovers, bird enthusiasts and families.

    Please refer to the Important Notice above for updates regarding our hiking permit application.

  • Leisure Stroll

    The Lower and Upper Peirce Reservoir Parks are known for their tranquil and scenic settings. This is where people can escape from the hustle and bustle of city life to just relax in serene surroundings. Both parks are six hectares in size.

  • Volunteering

    Keen to be part of our biodiversity conservation efforts? Translate your passion into action and sign up as a Central Nature Reserve volunteer!

Last updated on 14 July 2022

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