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Covering an area of 499ha, the reserve has significant cultural and environmental values. It contains Aboriginal cultural heritage sites, areas of significant indigenous vegetation and a number of sporting venues. The reserve is being developed to strengthen and enhance the area as a spiritual and historic place in which people can experience cultural and natural environments and undertake recreational pursuits in a quality rural setting. Things to see and do * The Dandenong Police Paddocks has a diverse combination of rural bushland, cultural heritage and sporting areas. * There are recreational opportunities for walkers, cyclists, bird watchers, dog owners, golfers, athletes and many more. * Nerre Nerre Warren Picnic Area, at the end of Brady Road, is a newly developed picnic area that caters for a range of visitors. * Stroll along one of the many trails in the area that form a network in the Dandenong Police Paddocks Reserve. There is a short 700 metre walk to the rear of the picnic area that is suitable for visitors with limited mobility. * An information shelter in the picnic area provides history and reports on future developments. * For a more hands-on approach, consider joining the Friends of Dandenong Police Paddocks Group, the group has planted thousands of native plants, rehabilitated a wetland area, constructed and installed nestboxes and participated in many Clean Up Australia days. The regular planned activities are designed to allow people of all ages to enjoy and participate in the protection of the reserve.
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