Boronia Beach Reserve

Natural Areas Network

RESERVEBoronia Beach Reserve 
DESCRIPTIONDescending through bushland to the sheltered waters of Boronia beach, you are truly transported to a hidden gem of Kingborough. As you walk around the headland you are presented with large blue gums and sheoaks that perfectly frame views of the Derwent out to the Iron Pot and Eastern Shore. This sheltered beach is the perfect spot for day trips with family and friends, while snorkeling enthusiasts typically encounter unique sea life such as sea dragons.

This Beach reserve is considered a sensitive wildlife area due to the presence of seabird habitat. As such, a fence and gate system has been installed surrounding the beach and visiting is confined between the hours of 6am – 7pm (normal daylight time) and 6am – 8pm (daylight savings time). This area also strictly prohibits cats and dogs.
PERMITTED USES- Dogs prohibited
- Cats prohibited
- Camping prohibited
- Camp fires prohibited

- Sections of this foreshore are dangerous
- Area is under surveillance
PARKINGThere are multiple access points to this reserve.
Street parking available via Roslyn Avenue, Kingston Heights, Nicholas Drive and the car park on Mount Royal Road.

CLICK HERE - to go to the street view in GOOGLE MAPS (Mount Royal carpark)

Boronia Beach car parking spaces
LANDCARE/VOLUNTEER GROUPFriends of the Derwent Channel Wildcare group.
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENTBoronia Reserve is a sensitive wildlife area and is involved with ongoing weed management and wildlife monitoring with cameras.
TRACKS AND TRAILSBoronia Beach Track - Click to access map and extract from Kingborough's Tracks - For walkers, horse riders and cyclists (6th Edition 42 Tracks).