Once the path is reached it is wide, compacted and level and would be a good short experience for wheelchairs. It is between the creek and bush and many birds were seen flitting between and amongst the thick foliage.
On the other side of Dandenong Creek is the Dandenong Creek Trail, a cycling and pedestrian trail following the Dandenong Creek for over 43 kms. It is very popular with cyclists and during my return journey along Abbey Walk, I saw over 30 cyclists and only one pedestrian.
Two of the many cyclists seen on the other side of the creek.
Hello Neil, enjoy your posts, keep them coming! The bird looks to be a Magpie- lark to me and the yellow flowering plant to be a major weed called gorse- huge weed pest as almost indestructible. Cheers.