Brush Farm Park at Eastwood

My little walk with my two daughters Mikaela and Imogen. My middle daughter, Jenna was out at Parramatta shops and Jitka my beloved wife was away in Jervis Bay with Bridget Nunan for the whole weekend.

I was stunned to explore such beauty in this tiny bush reserve. It is a remnant of a rainforest…

Deaf Dave at Brush Farm park

Bush Farm BushWalk 16June2013 (8)

Bush Farm BushWalk 16June2013 (28)

Bush Farm BushWalk 16June2013 (7)



From Wikipedia

Darvall Park and Brush Farm Park are examples of remnant forest areas in the Eastwood district. Volunteers and professional bush regenerators have worked to preserve the Blue Gum high forest and rainforest in these areas. The largest Tree Heath known anywhere in existence occurs at Brush Farm park. Other notable plants include Native CrabappleJackwood and Red Olive Berry. Despite being within a large city, Brush Farm has remarkable fauna, including the Powerful OwlEmerald DoveEastern WhipbirdSatin Bowerbird and the Green Tree Snake.



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