Frog Hollow Reserve in Endeavour Hills has a number of sporting fields and is an established wetland providing a significant environmental and landscape corridor. The land has always been a bit swampy, low lying and flood-prone due to its proximity to the Eumemmerring Creek, perfect frog habitat, and so the name Frog Hollow was suggested by Cr Keith Wishart instead of Hallam North Road Recreation Reserve as it was known when it was first proposed around 1986.
There are lots of different birds to see from tiny swallows to pelicans, a couple of playground for the kids and a short easy walk that can be extended by doing 2 loops or by leaving the wetlands via one of the linking paths that meet it and lead on to other tracks and another playground. A great place to walk the dog and very family friendly.
It is currently undergoing some work on the wetland, with lots of new plantings, a pedestrian bridge and a path which goes right around the wetland. There are places to have a picnic and a few BBQs available.
Find out more about our Social Walking Group here
Starting Point: Drive through the entrance (2nd Picture above) near the address in the GPS info below, follow it around to the right and park at the end of the carpark near the pavilion and small playground.
Distance: 3.5km (2 loops of the wetlands)
Toilets: Yes, at the playground on David Collins Dr
Dogs: Allowed (On Leash Only)
For your GPS: 158 David Collins Dr, Endeavour Hills