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Where's Wally the Wallaby?

Type:Walking Route

Where's the Wallaby?


Duration: 30-40 minutes

Grading: Leisurely

Follow the grassy footpath as it winds through the Curraghs, discovering the wild land in which the furry animals are likely to be sighted. Make sure to bring your binoculars and wellies along so you can fully explore the Ballaugh Curraghs.

Don’t Forget! Remember to print off the Where’s Wally the Wallaby trail map before setting off on your adventure.


Advice and Safety Information:

Dogs are not permitted within the reserve.

Leisurely – walks for reasonably fit people with at least a little country walking experience. The route will include un-surfaced rural paths and tracks. Walking boots and suitable clothing are recommended.

The Curragh

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Map & Directions

Public Transport Directions

By Car: Follow the main A3 road through Kirk Michael and the town of Ballaugh. Take a left hand turn onto Ballacrye Road. Follow this road, and take the third right onto Dollagh Mooar Road. Follow this road until you seen the entrance to the Ballaugh Curraghs on the right hand side. There is limited on-road parking available.


By Bus: Service numbers 5, 5A, 5C, 5J, 6A and 6C stops in Ballaugh, a 30 minute walk away from the reserve.

For further information regarding bus timetables visit

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