Walking paths wind their way through the park
Ducks and other birdlife enjoy the lake
As we walk we come across various sculptures scattered through the park. This kangaroo from a distance was life like.
Another lake is at the northern end of the park. This morning there was a group doing tai chi.
We left the main reserve and followed the trail through the bushland that remains. Here we came upon more scultures scattered along the path. The nocturnal walk will take on a different perspective when we do it one evening. There are bat roosting boxes located high in the trees and many small marsupials call the area home. A torch and a sense of adventure will uncover a lot more to see.
HOM (Husband of mine) did a spot of pig whispering. In years gone by there was a piggery at this spot. He then found some "pelicans" to feed, before discovering that the Wagyl also lived there. The Wagyl is a mythical aboriginal serpent.
Looking up in the trees this delightful angel appeared.
Paperbark trees lined the boardwalk which took us back to the main picnic area.
Here we are back at the lake. There are more paths to take in this park but they will wait till next walk.