Wolli Wildflower walk Saturday 10th September

A short in length, but leisurely ramble along the Girrahween Park to Turrella Reserve section of the Two Valley Trail, looking at and identifying the many native wildflowers – groundcovers, vines, shrubs and trees – that will be in flower.

This is a lovely time to be walking in the Wolli Valley, and if you have been wondering what that plant species is that looks and or smells so good, then this is a walk for you. Increase your knowledge of the wonderful sandstone flora of Sydney – and some other plant species.

This is a one way walk finishing at Turrella Reserve. Start time is 9 am.

 

Please note, this is a members only walk, and bookings are essential.  Joining the Society is easy and inexpensive Download the brochure

 

To book email info@wollicreek.org.au

or phone 9554 3176.

 

 

 

 

 

Wonga Vine - Pandorea pandorana; one of the lovely flowering vines to be found in the Wolli Valley

 

 


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