Wolli Creek Regional Park
Wolli Creek Regional Park is a precious pocket of bushland in Sydney. Volunteer to help out, enjoy a bushwalk, take your dog for a walk or have a picnic or barbecue.
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Wolli Creek Regional Park is a long sliver of greenery in Sydney’s urban inner southwest; a beautiful gem in the suburbs.
It’s an important place for the local community and the Wolli Creek Preservation Society continues to play an active role in bush regeneration activities. The park conserves a richly varied vegetation corridor along Wolli Creek, providing a home for an astonishing array of birdlife and grey headed flying foxes.
It’s a great place for a morning walk along the Wolli Creek track, part of the longer Two Valley trail via Campsie and Bexley. If you’re looking for a new barbecue spot, try Girrahween picnic area or the nearby Turella Reserve.
Highlights in this park
Enjoy a barbecue and laze under the trees at Girahween picnic area in Wolli Creek and leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind.
It’s such a treat to be able to take a bushwalk in the city. Look out for the amazing birdlife and enjoy the serenity of this short and easy walk.
Volunteer with Wolli Creek Preservation Society to help protect the last area of substantial bushland in Sydney’s inner south-west. Be involved in vol...
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