There are thirteen named tracks through the bush, with names of the tracks on vertical posts at every intersection. Some of the tracks named are Manna Gum Track, Wallaby Walk, Wildflower Track and Echidna Track.
The Friends brochure tell that more than 80 bird species have been observed in the bushland, both resident and migratory. The only birds I observed were a number of very small ones flittering among lower branches, moving too fast to identify or photograph. Several noisy minors were seen as was one magpie.
Such a diverse number of birds and animals frequenting the bush means that several visits will give you're a different experience every time. You may be fortunate enough to sight one of the four-legged inhabitants.
On the western boundary side of the bushland is the home of the Sherbrooke Archers. It is fenced off and signs let you know of its presence. I mention this so that if you see an arrow, you will know where it came from, not from Cupid in the pay of a secret admirer.
If you like a bushwalk without going bush, you will enjoy this one, with the added attraction of a walk through some native grasslands.
Almost every park or reserve that I visit in suburbia has a friend group whose efforts are very noticeable. I did see one gentleman digging away with a trowel who I thought was digging up weeds. He was burying his doggie do. Neil.