Blackbutt Nature Reserve
About Blackbutt Nature Reserve
Blackbutt Reserve is a natural paradise for all the family to enjoy. The bushland contains182 hectares of varying habitats and ecosystems, making it an ideal place from which you can explore nature without leaving your seat! With wide open spaces perfect for expansive picnicking or just sitting back relatively while watching what goes on around us. There are children’s playgrounds too. Shoppers enthusiasts will love exploring this magical region with their little ones in tow--and if they're not feeling like getting up, then take advantage of the offers: passive recreation at its finest.
The perfect place for a family picnic or exploring on foot, the reserve has native wildlife that you can view. There's an information cottage at Carnley Avenue where they offer free advice about what to do in your day-to-day life while also being open during normal business hours if any questions come up regarding this area of interest!
What to do in Blackbutt Nature Reserve
Visitors to the zoo can closely monitor various native animals as they go about their daily routines. The wildlife exhibits provide an opportunity for people of all ages and backgrounds, including those in wheelchairs or prams! A large variety is on display; from small birds like parrots that seem rather nervous but are still able to show off some colours with pride when given enough space -to expansive displays housing Kangaroos up close & personal- without having too much trouble getting past them thanks again accessibility features provided here at this amazing.
This precious rainforest is a haven for rare and vulnerable native species. A restored ecosystem, it provides habitats that are home to the likes of waratahs (a type of bird), golden Lynx cats and pademelons - all in one place!
The variety of wildlife at Blackbutt Reserve is unmatched, with feeding shows and reptile displays cropping up all over. Check the website for more information about what you'll see when visiting this iconic natural wonderland!
One local company in Newcastle that is involved in this tourist attraction:
Address: 18 Terence Street, Adamstown Heights, NSW 2289
Telephone: (02) 4072 2379