An added feature of this walk is passing Warrien Reserve, a 5.3 ha. bushwalk. Apart from the easy walking path, a playground, undercover BBQ and picnic tables are provided. There is also a toilet block and an off-road car park.
Well established properties featuring a front fence often have plants escaping through gaps or cascading over the top, all adding a visual interest. Two such items seen were one nasturtium flower accompanied by three leaves and passionfruit vines with one flower and many leaves.
A single stem of native grass, backlit by the afternoon sun, stood out from its escape through a fence against the background of the footpath in shadow - it was a delight to photograph. To some, it may be a weed but to others, a thing of beauty.
The only avian activity was some unsighted but heard crows and a couple of passing noisy miners. High up in a mature gum tree was a large nest made of many twigs, possibly belonging to a large bird or a possum.
Lovely memories of growing up in Croydon, in 1960s, with at least this original street still fairly intact , and not choc a block with 2 story units, all of the same boring design.
Beautiful Croydon, so miss those peaceful days.
Lovely memories of growing up in Croydon in 1960s,with at least this original St fairly intact and not choc a block with 2 story units all of same boring design.
Ahh, Beautiful Croydon.So miss those peaceful days.