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Gibberagong Environmental Education Centre

Gibberagong Environmental Education Centre

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Bobbin Head

Located on the banks of the Cowan Creek in the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, Bobbin Head is a historic recreation area utilised today by picnickers, families, walkers, boating and canoe enthusiasts.

Many of the Gibberagong programs at Bobbin Head include a walk to the rainforest along the Gibberagong Track. On this track, students will explore a diverse range of vegetation, from dry sclerophyll and remnant rainforests to the waterways mangroves. During a visit, it is not uncommon for students to be surprised and thrilled by an encounter with a large goanna or swamp wallaby. Students will also visit significant Aboriginal heritage sites, including traditional rock engravings, midden caves and sites of Aboriginal axe grinding.

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Bobbin Head Resources

Gibberagong Track Notes

Visit Wildwalks or National Parks and Wildlife Service. NOTE: we only walk a short section of the Gibberagong track (Bobbin Head to the rainforest).

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