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by Anita Pallas (subscribe)
I'm a blogger living in Wollongong, NSW Australia. I enjoy travelling and exploring my hometown.
Published February 16th 2019
A walk through 6 local governments
After some organisation at the last minute, I decided to head to Sydney to spend the day with my brother and his partner.

We decided to get trains to Tempe and explore the Cooks River Trail, a well-made walking and bike trail from Botany to Homebush and beyond.

We walked about 8 kms, so from Tempe to Cup and Saucer Creek in Canterbury, before heading back to Dulwich Hills.

We passed a number of suburbs and walked through rejuvenated foreshore lands. The area was quite clean and there were people going for their daily walk around us.

The whole walk is 34.5 km long and passes through 6 local government regions. It is a series of parklands with outdoor eating areas, children's playgrounds and sporting grounds.

We decided to catch the light rail from Dulwich Hill to Jubilee Park the have a refreshment at the Tramsheds in Glebe.

It was a great trip.
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Why? A quaint walk along the river
When: Anytime
Where: Cook River, Botany
Cost: Free
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Thanks! Can we walk with dogs?
by jajsh (score: 2|154) 858 days ago
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