Wolli Wildflower Walk – Sunday 26th August, 2018

Wolli Wildflower Walk – Sunday 26th August,  from 8.45 am


Ever wondered what that lovely flowering plant was that you saw on your walk through the Wolli Valley – or another Sydney bushland area? Then come along to this leisurely and (plant) informative walk from Girrahween Park to Turrella Reserve on Sunday 26th August, just before “official spring”. This will be an introductory walk, so no prior botanic knowledge is needed.

We will be starting at 8.45 am and finishing around 11/11.30 am. It’s a one way walk, but Turrella railway station is close to the end of the walk.  This walk is for members of the Wolli Creek Preservation Society, and bookings are required. If you are not currently a member, you can join the WCPS ahead of the walk. Go to http://www.wollicreek.org.au/about_us/support_us

To register for the walk email info@wollicreek.org.au  More details will be sent to participants following registration.

Below – some of the wildflowers we should see on the walk

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