Belvedere Bushland Reserve

Location: Ti-Tree Crescent, Seaford

Belvedere Bushland Reserve contains 7.5 hectares of remnant Sandy Heath, Heathy Woodland and Swampy Woodland vegetation types.

The sandy walking tracks and wildflowers which emerge in Spring throughout this reserve give a unique insight into how this area of Frankston would have looked prior to urban development.

Frankston City Council manages Belvedere Bushland Reserve with assistance from the Friends of Belvedere Bushland Reserve.

Highlights Include

  • Indigenous plants
  • Informal tracks
  • Native Animals
  • On lead dog walking
  • Park benches

Images of Belvedere Bushland Reserve is available in the Image Gallery.

Park Bench Dog Friendly on Leash Parking Playground Equipment


Contact Us

Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
Frankston 3199
P. 1300 322 322

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