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Parsley Bay Coastal Cultural Heritage Walk

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by Olga Junek (subscribe)
I am an academic and writer living in Melbourne. I love to travel and I also love writing about all the things Melbourne, regional Victoria and other parts of Australia have to offer.
Event:
Coastal Walk with History
Parsley Bay Reserve is one of Sydney's Eastern Suburbs best-kept secrets with its enclosed swimming area, picnic facilities and chance to observe the activity on the Harbour.



There is also a short bushland circuit (15-20 minutes return), that takes you to a waterfall at the head of the gully. In summer, Eastern Water Dragons can be seen sunning along the watercourse. What may not be so well known to you is that there is a lot of Indigenous and European heritage around Parsley Bay.

On February 7th, 2019, you can take part in Parsley Bay Coastal Cultural Heritage Walk as part of Waverley Council's Summerama activities. This cultural heritage walk will take you around Parsley Bay highlighting Indigenous and European and culture as well as the natural wonders around the rock pools. This walk is suitable for all ages but has some steps involved.

Parsley Bay Reserve Coastal Cultural heritage walk Sydney
Sydney Harbour at its best. Image: Olga Junek


Information
Where: Parsley Bay Cafe Kiosk Horler Avenue Vaucluse, NSW 2030
When:Thu., 7 February 2019 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Cost: Free
Please register here.
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Why? For a beautiful coastal walk learning all about Indigenous and Heritage history
When: 10am -12 pm.
Where: Parsley Bay Cafe Kiosk Horler Avenue Vaucluse, NSW 2030
Cost: Free but must register
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It would be very helpful if when posting walks information, if you could advise if the walks are dog friendly. I know you can't take dogs into national parks, but unless the post say the walk is through national parks, it is hard to know. Just an idea to make these suggestions more helpful.
by Dogla (score: 1|14) 105 days ago
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