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Walk: Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden

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As we start off at Caleys Pavilion with the background road noise of Mona Vale Road, we will descend past the ponds and try to spot native frogs, including the Perrins tree frogs sunning themselves on the native reeds. Continuing on, we will pass through a high thicket of Allocasuarina littoralis (She-oaks), showing past bush fire activity. As we descend further into the walk, the modern world starts to recede, and we get to appreciate the beauty and serenity of the old world of Sydney sandstone ridges and valleys ( 220 million years).

Date: Sunday 26 June
Time: 8.45 for a 9 am start
Length: 3 km, about 2 hours
Grade: easy
Meet: Caleys Pavilion, Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden
Bring: water, walking shoes, hat, sunscreen
Leader: David Roberts
Contact: Helen Wortham (0423 534 148)
Limit: 20 walkers


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Event Date 26-06-2022 8:45 am
Location Caleys Pavilion, Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden