I took my son for a little adventure today, if only just through the mangroves at one of our local parks.
While not exactly far from home, walking through the bush isn’t something we’ve done much of. The boardwalk is great way to show off a living mangrove and its ecosystem, home to bugs, crabs and birds. Sadly they had all made for quieter ground as a high school group clattered their way through in the other direction.
This path was originally forged as part of the Great North Walk, more recently restored to its present state by the Greiner government during Bicentennial achievements.
Needless to say it was a great day for a bush walk, about 30 minutes to Sugarloaf Point from Buffalo Creek reserve (with a near-4 year old and 2 scooters), overlooking the Lane Cove River as it headed north.