The road reserve is very wide with a footpath on both sides. Between the footpaths and road is about a ten metre treed verge. Consequently, it is a very safe and shaded walk. Many walkers were seen enjoying the environment.
Often the first sighting of birds are ones perched upon the overhead wire, usually in silhouette. One such sighting in Croydon Road was an unfamiliar shape. On closer inspection, it was a grey butcher bird with its unique hooked beak. A noisy miner rounded out the avian sightings.