Hollywood Reserve was originally a dairy farm planted with various
foreign grasses. Large trees from World War II were felled by soldiers
from the nearby hospital as part of their therapy and rehabilitation, and
these can still be seen. The reserve offers an almost circular walk via the Bill Day path presenting a wonderful
opportunity to view a vast array of wildflowers, especially pretty during
the spring. Carnaby's cockatoos and Redtail black cockatoos are frequently seen here.