No one species of flower dominated the gardens, with almost every garden offering something different to the observant. Only one banksia and one native hibiscus were observed. I only saw two species, which looked like they belonged to the daisy family.
At the northern end of Strathfield Avenue is the Douglas Maggs Reserve. This small reserve has play equipment and parallels the Mullum Mullum Creek Trail for about 300 metres. The reserve was very popular with families out for a walk. The area was a former orchard and some fruit trees remain.