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Brays Bay Reserve

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Published January 8th 2012
Brays Bay Reserve, is a nice quiet reserve, picturesque and fit for a picnic or BBQ. It is located at Mary Street, Rhodes. The reserve features playgrounds and a restaurant called Oliveto Ristorante and Bar.



The reserve features ample parking, BBQ facilities, picnic benches and a miniature golf track.


The waterviews from the reserve are quite nice. Being a smaller reserve and hidden behind some large trees, it is probably quieter that some of the other parks.


The reserve also leads to The Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway, which is a memorial walking track that is located along the foreshore of shores of Brays Bay on the Parramatta River. This track is a unique tribute to the Australian troops who fought in the World War II.

Stroll along a gently winding path for around 800 metres with links Brays Bay Reserve to Concord Hospital. Features along the walk include: a rose garden with a beautiful entrance, featuring two semi-circular memorial walls amongst beds of roses. The memorial walls display plaques dedicated to the memory of individuals who served in the war. It also includes Mangrove timber boardwalk with vegetation typical in New Guinea.
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Why? Quiet stroll , peaceful and beautiful
Where: Brays Point Reserve Rhodes NSW 2138
Cost: Free
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