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Wild Wednesday - Wildflower Walk - Freres Crossing

Join us for a morning bushwalk to look at the Spring flowers of Frere’s Crossing Reserve, Kentlyn on the beautiful Georges River.

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Council in partnership with Kentlyn Bushcare will be hosting a nature walk at Frere’s Crossing Reserve, Kentlyn.

We will take a morning walk via the forest to the Georges River to enjoy the beautiful displays of floral spring colour. You will also find out about the great work that is happening in this important wildlife area of Campbelltown.

Walking grade: Grade 3: Moderate-Hard (steep sections).

Please wear long pants, sturdy shoes and warm clothing and bring a bottle of water, and if you have them, camera and binoculars to help you get the best out of your wildlife spotting

Note: If you book tickets and cannot make it, please contact Council's Natural Areas Team on 4645 4194 so we can make your spot available for other participants.

If the event is fully booked out please contact us and we can place you on our waiting list.

Date and time

  • Wednesday 21 August 2019 / 9.00AM - 11.00AM

Suitable for

Youth 12-17Young Adults 18 -24FamiliesAdultsSeniors


This is a free event.


Please RSVP online. For further information contact Council's Natural Areas Team at or on 4645 4194.

Event category: EducationExperiences (eg. tours, attractions)Featured Event SeriesOther Community ServiceWaste, Environment & Sustainability
-34.056195, 150.876255
, Kentlyn 2560
Get directions

Location: Meet us at the gate at Frere’s Crossing Reserve, Frere’s road, Kentlyn, approximately 10 minutes before the start time.

Contact: Bushcare Officer

Phone: 02 4645 4194


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