‘Tree-mendous Wolli’ Sunday 20th July – in the lead up to National Tree Day (on the 27th July), come along for a short bushwalk and activities relating to our campaign to preserve the trees and other bushland plants and animals at the western end of the Wolli Valley
Recent announcements by Federal and State Government have meant that...
Join us on another Fungal Foray in the Wolli Valley on Saturday July 12
On Saturday July 12th 2014, Sydney Fungal Studies Group and...
Walk the Wolli Valley, Saturday 15th March, 8:45am to approx 1:00pm
Join us for a leisurely 4.5 km walk through the...
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