Guided walk – Annandale


Thursday, 18 October
Depart 9.30am – Meet and return to “The Star” Light Rail Stop (under star casino)
Duration: 4 hours in total


A guided walk of water sensitive urban design in the heritage-listed conservation area of Annandale, is being offered on Thursday, 18 October.

This 4-hour tour includes a visit to a site of reintroduced Mangroves, a constructed salt marsh wetland, a living street, swales on streets, constructed fresh water wetland and the Harold Park site.

About your Guide

Marghanita da Cruz has been gathering the history of Annandale, which she is publishing as a series of short walk books. Marghanita has also been a long time advocate for nature in the urban environment and has shared this passion through walks and exhibitions. Marghanita was elected to the Inner West Council in September 2017.


Free – participants will need an Opal Travel Card with at least a $10 balance.
Morning tea in a local cafe at participants expense for $5-$20.