2. Follow the path through bushland, past the playground, across the gully, staying on the north side of the creek. A few flowers were seen along this path and it seemed popular with exercise junkies, jogging and walking their dogs.
3. Turn left over the footbridge, then right to follow the southern side of the lake. The lake is part of the Candlebark Walk. Along this section, there are several seats overlooking the lake. The paths are very popular with walkers and joggers.
8. After passing the wetland, veer left and continue to the playground at Lemongrove Crescent. Four noisy miners were living up to their name after landing on overhead wires. One, in particular, was rather vocal and successful in making the others leave the wire.
14. After crossing the bridge, head towards the tennis courts and the Yarrunga Community Centre. In a larger wetland area, a swamphen was walking through the grassy edge of the lake, a group of ducks were just sitting and a dusky moorhen was swimming.
At this location, you are back where you started and have enjoyed three kilometres of bush walks, street walks, seeing numerous floral exhibits and sighted nine species of birds if you count the bird of paradise.