GROWING THE SOUTH-WEST | Bush-tucker trail at new $12m parkland

An artist's Impression of  the rejuvenated waterway at Stockland's Willowdale community.
An artist's Impression of the rejuvenated waterway at Stockland's Willowdale community.

A bush-tucker trail, bird hide, 62 metres of boardwalk and shaded picnic areas will be along the banks of a rejuvenated waterway through a new $12 million parkland at Stockland’s Willowdale estate at DenhamCourt.

About 1000 trees, shrubs and groundcovers native to the area will be planted over six months at DenhamPark to yield an array of bush tucker including edible berries and finger limes.

Visitors will be able to taste some of it. A timber bird hide on a section of the waterway will let residents and visitors see at close range an array of aquatic birds. In two stages this year.

RICHARD RHYDDERCH

NSW General Manager of Residential Communities, Stockland

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