Try Knightsbridge Circuit walk this Easter holidays

Published on 18 April 2019

Mayor Byrne pictured with her daughter Alexis at Knightsbridge Circuit Bushwalk.JPG

Enjoy a coffee and a scenic walk through Castle Hill’s picturesque bushland this Easter long weekend.

It’s one of 12 bushwalks The Hills Shire Council is encouraging residents and visitors to try in 2019. 

“Knightsbridge Circuit Bushwalk is really pretty with tall trees, ferny gullies and wild flowers,” Mayor of The Hills Shire, Dr Michelle Byrne said. 

“The walk takes you through Fred Caterson and Fullers Road Reserves, between Castle Hill and Glenhaven, which is rich in floral species and native wildlife.

“Knightsbridge is perfect for those looking to get active in between catching up with friends and enjoying some Easter treats,” Mayor Byrne added.

Knightsbridge bushwalk is 4.9 kilometres in length and should take approximately two and a half hours to complete.

Please note, the easy-to-moderate walk does take you through paved paths, fire trails and rough bush tracks.

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