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This area is a great place to take children and dogs for exercise. The playground is stimulating, with a very interesting rope swing and many other features. The creek and trees alongside the paths allow relation and exercise in a natural environment.
Elm Street is at the Eastern end of this path that follows a creek through bushland. My walk was more around the Williams Road area, Here the creek had been placed in a concrete pipe underground, but the land above had a mix of ages...More
This is a lovely leftover piece of bushland that takes you from the hussle and bussle nearby to the beautiful nature environment of Blackburn. There are tall trees, flowering plants, wildlife wildflowers and plenty to explore.
In the hot weather - beware of snakes.
This place is a little oasis in the midst of a busy suburb surrounded by shops and a busy road.
When you get in here, the city could be miles away, you'd never know, there are birds singing, wildlife making itself known (watch out for...More
This is a lovely walk, much of it set in natural bushland. It was a very pleasant surprise to discover this alternative to walking along streets, even though the leafy suburbs have their own attraction. Sometimes the path follows house fences and it crosses several...More
Great remnant bushland that transports you out of the city and into nature. It features towering trees and native bushland. Various entry points include John Holland Crt, bell st or larch st near the kindergarten. It also features a meandering creek and 3 great playgrounds....More