(Through Ferndale Park Track)
18 June 2023
Hidden behind suburban streets, Ferndale Park provides a
bush backyard for local residents. The walk along the
fern filled Swaines Creek reveals a quieter, more serene and peaceful part of Chatswood.
Track length: Approximately a 4 km return trip.
Track grade: Easy to medium – on unsealed bush tracks with
steep steps in sections. Sturdy shoes are required.
Click here for the map.
Time: 1 hr. 30 min. (including morning tea but excluding lunch)
Meeting point: Bartels Park, near 22 Edgar St Chatswood.
Suggestions for lunch: Cafes/Restaurants at Chatswood.
Morning tea at O.H. Reid Memorial Park near the Lane Cove River.
This group will leave at 10:05 am (the latest). If you are late, follow the map to catch-up with the group. (Google Map from Bartels Park to O.H. Reid Memorial Park via Ferndale Park)
If you prefer to come by public transport, Bibi will meet you at Artarmon Train Station (Elizabeth St Exit) at 9:45 am. Please let her know by email: email@example.com
CFS members are FREE, non-members are welcome (an optional tax-deductible $5 donation appreciated, non-refundable).
DONATION TO CFS’ BODY & SOUL CAMPAIGN
$5.00 Click HERE. Thank you in advance.
Founder and President of Community Flower Studio (CFS)
I enjoy being close to Nature and exploring the flora and fauna on my path. I have been a bushwalk leader with the Sydney Bushwalks and Getaways Meetup Group for a little while until COVID-19 hit Sydney. I’m revisiting the bush with CFS members and our Circle of Friends.