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07 April, 2024
9:00 AM

Due to severe weather, this event has been cancelled. For more information on future Wolli Creek Preservation Society events, visit their website.

Take a guided tour of the lower section of the Wolli Creek Regional Park. This medium grade walk will take you through a section of the two valley trail to learn about the natural wonders of the Wolli Creek and Cooks River. This is a great way to experience one of the inner west’s natural gems during Wurridjal Festival!

With guides from the Wolli Creek Preservation Society this is a great way to learn how the valley has been preserved by the actions of community volunteers.

Hosted by the Wolli Creek Preservation Society.

Tickets available via Eventbrite. Bookings are essential.

Getting there:


Public Transport

Girrahween Park is a short 5 minute walk from Bardwell Park train station. The 446, 473 and 491 bus routes stop on Hartill-Law Avenue nearby. The 412, 446 and 473 routes stop at nearby Homer Street, a 10 minute walk from the park. For timetables and more info, check out transport.info.

Active Transport:

Girrahween Park is located on the Girrahween Track, part of the Two Valley Trail (TVT). The track can be accessed via Earlwood or Barkwell Park. More information can be found here.


Very limited parking may be available on nearby Fauna Street. It is recommended to take public transport, active transport or a ride share service.

Contact us on info[at]cooksriver.org.au if you have any accessibility requirements.

Supported by the Wolli Creek Preservation Society