Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing
Heathdale Wetlands

The Heathdale Glen Orden Wetlands some 35 hectares of open space located centrally within the estate. The Wetlands provides an excellent opportunity for the local community to meet, recreate and be engaged in a variety of both formal and informal community wellbeing activities.

Things To Do

  • Cross the wetlands water system via the boardwalk and circumnavigate the wetlands by walking along the network of soft surface walking tracks
  • Enjoy a spot of bird watching
  • Enjoy a picnic at one of the rotundas dotted around the wetlands
  • The recreation reserve is perfect for a family game of cricket

Many native flora and fauna species inhabit the Heathdale Glen Orden Wetlands. The Wetlands is great for bird watching or general exploring but care needs to be taken. Birds most likely to be seen include:

  • Willie Wagtail
  • Masked Lapwing
  • Pacific Black Duck
  • Red Wattlebird
  • Re- rumped Parrot
  • White-plumed Honeyeater
  • Yellow-rumped Thornbill
  • European Goldfinch
  • European Blackbird
  • Rock Dove
  • Spotted Dove
  • Little Raven
  • Australian Magpie
  • Silver Gull


  • Walking Paths
  • Seating Areas
  • Rotundas
  • Playground
  • Glen Orden Reserve
  • BMX Bike Track
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