Jells Park is a natural oasis that features an array of native and exotic plants and a wide variety of wildlife.
This beautiful nature park is nestled on the scenic Dandenong Creek, and the lush parkland is home to some amazing pathways and nature trails, which visitors of all ages will love exploring.
Jells Park Playground & Walking Tracks Map, Wheelers Hill
Escape the bustling city life and come here for a refreshing experience. Apart from exploring the native plants and wildlife, there is a lot to see and do here. Walk the trails and find out just why this park is one of Melbourne’s top-rated nature destinations.
Picnicking and hiking are two of the most enjoyed activities at Jells Park. Many people bring food & drinks and settle down for a picnic – the park also has public BBQ facilities available.
Cyclists can also enjoy the Dandenong Creek Trail on their bikes. This scenic pathway includes many bushes, shrubs and native trees along the way. Hikers will also be pleased to know that the park offers a range of walking tracks within the park – ranging from very easy to hard.
As you venture through the lush woodland, you’ll come across many open spaces, colorful wildflowers and a panoramic lake of Jells Lake. Fishing is permitted at the lake, however visitors require a fishing license.