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Wisemans Ferry Park’s features include walking tracks, electric and wood (bring your own wood) barbecues, picnic areas, children’s playground, public toilets and there is also a kiosk on site. The park is located on the Hawkesbury River and is adjacent to the Ferry. This Park is considered the Northern Gateway to the Shire.
Wisemans Ferry encompasses a corridor of Wetlands Complex, which form part of the Wisemans Ferry Park. The wetlands complex provides important habitat for native fauna species (incl. frogs and small birds) and is one of the last stands of Wetland Complex within the Shire. The threatened species Osprey (Pandion haliaetus) is known to occur within Wisemans Ferry Park.
Why not visit the 'no mow zone,' an area of regenerating wetland adjacent to the river. This area was previously mowed, since the mowing has ceased the wetland and native birds have returned.
Dogs on leash are permitted in the park.
Old Northern Road, Wisemans Ferry 2775 View Map
Old Northern Road ,
Wisemans Ferry 2775
8:30am - 4:30pm Mon to Fri
(excl Public Holidays)
Telephone : +61 2 9843 0555
Fax : +61 2 9843 0409
PO Box 7064, Norwest 2153
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