Take a pram-friendly bushwalk in Rouse Hill

Published on 22 February 2019

Mayor Byrne pictured at the Bushland Corridors Bushwalk in Rouse Hill.jpg

The Bushland Corridors Bushwalk is one of a number of family-friendly bushwalks available to residents and visitors to The Hills Shire.

“The paved paths and access to playgrounds makes the Bushland Corridors Bushwalk a great family-friendly and pram-friendly walk,” Mayor of The Hills Shire, Dr Michelle Byrne said.

“Playgrounds are available along the walk at William Harvey Reserve and Milford Drive Reserve –  the perfect opportunity to stop, take a break and enjoy a picnic before completing the walk.

“I encourage residents and visitors to the area to make the most of this wonderful asset,” Mayor Byrne added.

During the Bushland Corridors Bushwalk, you can discover:

  • Remnant bushland including Forest Red Gum woodland and heathland;
  • Beautiful waterways and water birds; and
  • Aberdoon House which is an intact example of an old Colonial Georgian Cottage typical of the early settlement of the Rouse Hill district.

Bushland Corridors Bushwalk is 4.4 kilometres in total and should take approximately two hours to complete.

Some roads need to be crossed during this walk. All participants are reminded to take care when crossing roads.

To find out more, visit The Hills Shire Council website at www.thehills.nsw.gov.au and search ‘Bushwalks in The Hills’.