Wilson Botanic Park Berwick remains open to the public to support general health and wellbeing in our community at this challenging time.
We do ask that you strictly obey the social distancing measures in place, as we all continue to play our part in curbing the spread of COVID-19:
- You can travel up to 25km from your home for exercise and shopping. There is no time limit for leaving home.
- Outdoor gatherings increase to 10 people.
- Keep at least 1.5 metres distance between yourself and others
- Wear a face mask and BYO hand sanitiser/ wipes.
The following amenities are OPEN to the public:
- Vehicle and pedestrian gates
- Car park
- Public toilets
- Picnic sites
The following amenities are CLOSED to the public:
- Visitor Centre
- Drinking fountains
- Bird Hide
- Hoo Hoo Tower
Please check the DHHS website to find restrictions updates.
Please note: This information is up to date with current restrictions and may change without notice. Please continue to check the website or Facebook page for updates.
Find more information on coronavirus restrictions across Casey via the website.
With 39 hectares to be explored, the park has over 1000 different plants species, with both natives and exotics. You can see over 80 different species of birds as well as turtles, frogs, lizards and snakes. Keep this in mind as you enjoy the park.
You can use our picnic areas and BBQ facilities to relax with friends, and kids love the playground. You can also explore the wonderful walking tracks around the park.
If you are a bird watcher, you can enjoy our Birdhide. It is perched on the edge of the Basalt Lake and provides the perfect cover to see some of our native wildlife.