It is also an avenue of unusual flowers and interesting foot traffic. New plants to me were the sea lavender and tansy leaf milfoil, both a mass of small flowers. The golden dew plant with white-rimmed purple blooms looked nice.
Early into this walk, some raucous screeching overhead revealed some fifty sulphur-crested cockatoos flying in loose formation to some destination. One broke ranks and landed in a tree almost over my head.
The only street traffic seen were fourteen legs waddling across the road. They belonged to seven black ducks, mother and six juvenile ones following. They were literally street traffic slowly walking across the road in line astern, a bonus sighting on this walk.
The avenue passes two parks, Grayswood Park and Appletree Hill. Grayswood has a playground, shelter and a skate track. The main feature of Appletree Hill, which is located on the Little Bungalook Creek is a small lake.