Meander through a variety of habitats suitable for walking on all but the very hottest days of summer. Flora and fauna abound, the walk is named after the Tuan, a small carnivorous marsupial that has the common name of the Brush-tailed Phascogale which sounds anything but common. The track takes you down to the historic Bartley’s Block, a bird watching spot on the international map, and returns via Bartley’s Track. The Bartley family owned the property from gold rush days to 1989, it was once the site of the family home and a brewery. Interpretive brochures are available at the start of the walk.