Where wildlife is left to roam free: the Gunnersbury Triangle is a green oasis that has been saved from development and is managed for the benefit of wildlife and people.

CC photo by: Robert Lamb

About Gunnersbury Triangle – London Wildlife Trust

Calling all nature lovers: if you’re a keen English wildlife observer or a parent looking to get your kids outdoors, the Gunnersbury Triangle is a unique natural location in Hounslow, recognised by the London Wildlife Trust.

The Triangle spans a massive three hectares packed full of wonderful English wildlife including woodpeckers, frogs, hedgehogs, and more. Immerse yourself in the natural world, the Triangle is open at all times, although for the best chances of sighting wildlife we’d recommend visiting between April and November.

This wet woodland nature reserve was saved from development in the early 1980s and enhanced by the creation of ponds and grassland areas. Just a short walk from Chiswick Park station, the reserve has sloping footpaths made from natural materials and anti-slip, decked walkways, so visitors can enjoy the scenery with a pleasant stroll no matter the weather.

Make your visit count: visitors can record wildlife sightings they spot at Gunnersbury Triangle to help London Wildlife Trust with their conservation goals.

Schools can also schedule a visit: schoolchildren can experience pond dipping, uncover the mysterious world of woodland soil invertebrates, learn how to identify trees, and enjoy a wide range of environmental games. Find out how to book a trip on the Gunnersbury Triangle website.

Bollo Lane Chiswick W4 5LN
Open at all times. Best time to visit: April to November
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07734 599 729

april, 2024