Whichever track you decide to take, you can expect to become a nature lover no matter who you were before you arrived. You will see new species of birds and plants and other wildlife that you won't be able to resist but stop and appreciate the beauty of.
If you are daring enough (or just can't stand the heat) there is also a rope swing along the lake circuit sure to bring out the inner child in you. Although I definitely wouldn't recommend swimming in the lake if you can help it.
Nice article. I live close to Lake Parramatta and often enjoy it's gifts. One of which is the protected species of flora...perhaps whoever is in the photo holding the protected species of flora will kindly not pick them again so we can enjoy them for the future - one hopes that it has been an innocent mistake which has now be made aware and learnt. Anyhow, it has been pleasing to sea one of nature's lovely area's nearby featured on WeekNotes. Thank you.
Please do not pick wildflowers from any urban bushland. This reduces the production of seed, starves wildlife of food and slowly degrades the bushland. Please enjoy the look of the wildflowers growing and pick some flowers from your own or neighbours yard.
Picking Wildflowers from urban bushlands or National Parks is illegal and can result in a fine.