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Wolli Creek Regional Park

“I love coming down here to volunteer and I’m really proud of what we have achieved so far – a beautiful pocket of bushland that everyone can enjoy.”

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.


Why you should visit

Wolli Creek Regional Park is a special place, here are just some of the reasons why:

Bird haven
Wolli Creek Regional Park is an important habitat for a variety of birds. Look for comorants and darters as you're walking by the creek and keep an eye out for blue wrens and finches on the edge of the open lawns. In the sky you may catch a glimpse of brown goshawks and peregine falcons on patrol.

Stretch your legs in the city
Just because you live in the city, it doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the bush. Go for a run, take a leisurely stroll with the dog or let the kids burn off some energy on the trails and in the play areas. Wander the Wolli Creek walking track with its sandstone cliffs or walk the entire Two Valley trail.

Throw a party
There are several gorgeous spots around Wolli Creek Regional Park to meet family and friends for a barbecue or picnic.  Relax on a rug while the kids play at the playground at Turrella Lawns or enjoy a quiet family picnic in the shade at Girrahween picnic area.

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Getting there


From Turrella, take Hannam Street, Loftus Street or Reede Street towards the train line. From here, cross the footbridge to Turrella Reserve.

From  Bardwell Park, head North along Hartill-Law Ave, then turn right onto Fauna Street. Take the path for Girrahween picnic area.

From Earlwood, take Hocking Avenue off Homer Street, then take the first left onto Banks Road. Travel 300m then turn right on Arncliffe Road and head towards Turrella Reserve.

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 Opening times

Wolli Creek Regional Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger

 Close to

Wolli Creek Regional Park is close to:

  • Bardwell Park (0.5km)
  • Bexley Noth (0.5)
  • Earlwood (0.5km)
  • Turrella (0.5km)

 Public transport

Wolli Creek Regional Park is close to Turella and Bardwell Park stations, for information about public transport options, visit the NSW transport info website.


Check out the Bicycle information for NSW website for more information.

Weather and climate

 Visiting through the seasons

There are lots of great things waiting for you in Wolli Creek Regional Park. Here are some of the highlights:

Spring (September, October, November)

  • Enjoy the wildflowers along the walking track and bring your binoculars for birdwatching

Summer (December, January, February)

  • Take time out for a family picnic under the shady trees

Autumn (March, April, May)

  • The sunny, mild days of autumn are perfect for a walk or the kids to play in the playground

Winter (June, July, August)

  • The wildflowers begin to emerge in late winter. Make the most of a sunny day and come and see nature bursting into life



  • The average temperature ranges between 18°C and  27°C
  • The area’s highest recorded temperature in summer is 43.4°C

Winter ­

  • The average temperature ranges between 8°C and 18°C
  • The area’s lowest recorded temperature in winter is –0.1°C


  • The wettest month on average is March, the driest month on average is September
  • The area’s highest recorded rainfall is 216.2mm in one day


Sydney Harbour

Phone: 02 9253 0888

Rocks and shrubs in Wolli Creek Regional Park. Photo: John Spencer