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Serendipitous scenes at Devilbend
by Cameron Howe

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A short stroll from the carpark, the first section meets the reflections of white chalk cliffs against the lake’s iridescent indigo hues, which you can take in from the lookout after meandering along boardwalks. Known as the 1.2km Western Shoreline Track, you can also cast a line from the fishing platform for rainbow and brown trout.

Constructed in 1956 and decommissioned in 2002, the reservoir once was the Mornington Peninsula’s back-up water supply. However, the park is now accessible to the public and is the Peninsula’s largest inland water body. Further around is the 1.5km return Daangean Point Track that drops down into the lowland forest, ventures along the serene shoreline – taking in sights, if you’re lucky, of swans, spoonbills, sandpipers or kangaroos – to Daangean Point itself. 

Cr Steve Holland says lockdown restrictions easing ahead of summer was a “huge relief” for tourism, and that this destination was a great place to stretch your legs and connect with nature. “You won’t be disappointed with Devilbend Reservoir’s popular walks comprising 422ha of vegetation and 250ha of water just a short drive from Main St, Mornington,” Cr Holland said.

Open from sunrise to sunset, you can walk, cycle or kayak, and fitness junkies may be enticed by the 11.5km circuit. Picnic and barbecue amenities are provided.


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