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Brady Bushland Park

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by Lynne Cargill (subscribe)
I'm a grandmother, a retired teacher, an avid reader who loves historical re-enactment, English Country Dance, writing and Op Shopping. My business is designed to help children experience history through school incursions.
Published May 25th 2014
Suburban Bushland
park, bush walk, playground
Brady Park

Brady Bushland Park is huge, but luckily it can be accessed by several roads. Covering 9.1 hectares, it runs from Runcorn Park, north to Compton Road, east to Gowan Rd and west almost to Commoron Crescent. See for the exact location.

Brady Bushland Park, park bush track, playground, picnic
Bush in the suburbs.

Cared for by the Brady Bushland Protection Group as part of a regeneration project, it is an oasis of nature right in the middle of a busy suburb.

park, bush walk, playground
Walk the footpath beside the bushland...

park, bush walk, playground
... or walk through the bush track.

The creek that runs through it is just beautiful. It would be a nice spot for photos. There are tracks running through the bush setting or you can walk along the footpaths either side.

Brady Bushland Park,
The creek is peaceful and pretty.

There are 2 small playgrounds and plenty of spaces to have a picnic or a snack or a game.

The Calliope Street section of the park has a Barbecue and picnic area and a shaded playground.

Brady Bushland Park, park bush track, playground, picnic
A shady playground.

Belyando Street has a fully fenced playground.

Brady Bushland Park, park bush track, playground, picnic
The fully fenced playground.
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Why? Peace and quiet
Where: Brady Bushland Park
Cost: Free
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