17 Sept 2023
2 hr 30 Minutes
We will start from Echo Park (near the end of Babbage Rd, Roseville Chase) and walk along the easy session of the Two-Creek Track and then return to Echo Park for a picnic lunch. We will check out a historical site related to WWI. The track ‘flows’ along Gordon and Moores creeks with interesting flora and fauna. Test your knowledge for those who attended last month previous walks with CFS. This walk crosses a section of Garigal National Park. There are some great water views, sandstone caves.
If you are coming by public transport, please use Google Maps to find a suitable route. Feel free to contact Bibi if you need some assistance.
Length: 2.5 km one way (i.e. 5 km return).
Time: approximately 2 hr. 30 min. (excluding lunch)
Suggestions for lunch: Picnic at Echo Point Park
Cafes/Restaurants at Chatswood.
This group will leave at 10:05 am (the latest). If you are late, follow the track to catch-up with the group.
Meeting point: Echo Point Park (near the end of Babbage Rd) Roseville Chase. Consult Google Maps for the best routs to get there.
CFS members are FREE, non-members are welcome (an optional tax-deductible $5 donation appreciated, non-refundable).
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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.