The Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf is a great place to stop for a comfort break, then turn around and walk back to where you stared. You can finish your walk at the lookout at Blaxland Riverside Park and take in the lovely views.
The air is fresher being so close to the Nature Reserve. A portioned off section of the park which used to belong to the army. They moved on and left an unspoilt example of how Sydney used to be. Before the buildings. And the cars. There is bird life here that I, as a native Sydneysider, have not seen before. Attracted by the native plants, they thrive. And so will you.
Great walk. I am wheelchair disabled and have put together a website called "Sydney by wheelchair"" with many of Sydneys most scenic walking trails that are wheelchair friendly as well as pram friendly. Could you please post my website details on your weekend notes .
My site iswww.sydneybywheelchair.webs.com Regards, Glenn Kesbah
The air is even fresher north west of Sydney. Between Windsor & Lithgow, 90% of the flora types existing before white settlement are still there; but only 10% of the pre-white settlement types of flora evident in Sydney & suburbs are still there.
This is a good walk but try the ring walk. It's in the old brick pit at Sydney Olympic park. Good views around and is wheelchair friendly. good walk on a sunny day and plenty more walks in the area. My man & myself like to go on walks on weekends good for the body and sometimes you get to see things you don't see in other places. by Narelle