Boronia Park Reserve

 

Details
  • Location- Kingston

  • Access- Tingira Rd, Auburn Rd, Hutchins St and Jindabyne Rd

  • Facilities- Dog Bin off Hutchins Street

  • Freedom- On lead

  • Time- 1 hour return

Information

There are several entrances to this council reserve.  A car park is located at the top of Jindabyne Road, follow the gravel section where the road divides. Other entrances have limited street parking.

 

Maps of the Reserve are located at the Jindabyne and Hutchins Street entrances. Dogs are to be kept on lead.  The main circuit takes approximately 45 minutes to walk.  Several of the tracks lead from the main route.  All tracks are well maintained, mainly gravel with some steps.  The tracks are steep, especially at the northern end.  However as it is only a short distance the walking is not too demanding.

 

Entry from Tingara Road is via a track owned and maintained by the Uniting Church.  This track surface is sandy, narrow and has some exposed roots. The slope is reasonably gentle and meanders through suburbia. The exit is on the unsealed section of Jindabyne Road where there is a steep climb to the entrance of Boronia Park Reserve.  This additional section will add another 20 minutes to your journey.

Contact Tasmanian Dog Walking Clubs Inc.