Autumn and Winter Walks in the Wolli Valley – Sunday 8th April (NOTE: Now full) and Sunday 3rd June

Would you like to explore part of the Wolli Creek Valley? Then join us for a leisurely Sunday morning bush walk in a remarkable natural part of Sydney’s inner south west, and find out more.
We are running two guided walks during the cooler months. The walks will traverse part of the Two Valley Trail (TVT), which in its entirety is a 13 km walk along the Wolli Creek and Cooks River Valleys.

Your walk leaders will share their knowledge of this bushland, its cultural and environmental history,  as well as information about the current issues facing the Wolli Valley and the bush regeneration (Bushcare) work the Society is undertaking

 

On Sunday 8 April, volunteers from the Society will accompany you on a Wolli Creek Valley section, from Bardwell Park to Tempe, starting at 9 am sharp, and finishing at Waterworth Park around 12 noon

PLEASE NOTE:  The Sunday April 8 walk is now booked out. Further guided walks are planned for Sunday June 3 (see below), as well as Sunday July 22 and Sunday October 21. The July and October walks will be full Valley walks from Bexley North through to Tempe. More information will be posted about these walks closer to the dates.

 

On Sunday 3 June we will walk from near Bexley Rd, Bexley North to Turrella.

 

Registration is essential. The walks are free to Wolli Creek Society members (Membership is $10 pa for an individual & $15 for a family/household.) By arrangement, you can join on the day, however as numbers are limited preference will be given to those who have joined ahead of the day.

 

To register, email  info@wollicreek.org.au 

 

To join the Wolli Creek Preservation Society go to http://www.wollicreek.org.au/about_us/support_us  

Details about where to meet, and further walk information will be provided upon registration.

Other information

  • The walks are readily accessible by public transport and we encourage everyone to use it for the flexibility it allows – the walks are linear ones, but railway stations are readily accessible at both ends. We will check before the day to check that Trains will be running normally on the East Hills and Airport lines in our walk area
  • Please advise us before we start of any restrictions on your mobility or anything else we might reasonably need to know to ensure your safety.
  • The walks are almost entirely on unmade and uneven surfaces. It is mostly level, easy walking however there are some ascents and descents, particularly the rocky ways up and down Nanny Goat Hill and Wolli Bluff, but these are optional. You need to wear stout walking boots or shoes, with a good gripping sole – sandals and thongs are absolutely not good enough
  • Please bring plenty of water and a snack.
  • Much of our walk will be well shaded, but a broad-brimmed hat may still be advisable.

 

 


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