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Winter Walks program in the Wolli Valley – next walk – Sunday 27/8 – Would you like to explore part of the Wolli Creek Valley? Then join us for a Sunday morning walk

Have you heard about this wonderful stretch of bushland in...

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Public Meeting re Priority Precinct – Monday July 17, 7 pm, CECAL hall, Lewins St. opp. Earlwood Coles carpark

WCPS is holding a public meeting to air and share...

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Turrella/Bardwell Park/Earlwood declared a Priority Precinct

A June 1, 2017, a press release from the NSW...

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banner with text Complete Wolli Regional Park by 2018

Inner south-west Sydney’s precious greenspace

The Wolli Creek Valley contains the only bushland of substantial size left in inner south-west Sydney. It is also the only large, high-quality open space that remains in a heavily developed residential and industrial region.

Why not take a virtual walk through part of the valley?

The valley is unique in offering:

  • 50 hectares of bushland
  • 4.5 km walking track (part of the Two Valley Trail)
  • parkland, heathland & woodland, plus rainforest trees, wetlands and saltmarsh
  • rugged sandstone cliffs
  • creek with mainly natural (unconcreted) banks
  • extensive views
  • diverse wildlife
  • great birdwatching
  • beautiful family picnic areas
  • a great outdoor classroom
  • easy public transport access

Cover of June 2017 update newsletter