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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.
Visit Wildwalks or National Parks and Wildlife Service. NOTE: we only walk a short section of the Gibberagong track (Bobbin Head to the rainforest).
View images of Bobbin Head over the years by visiting the Playing With Time: Exploring Bobbin Head Google Site.
address Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, Bobbin Head Road Picnic Area, North Turramurra NSW 2074
telephone 02 9457 8245
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work. We would like to pay our respects to the Elders, past, present and emerging and acknowledge our Aboriginal Elders and knowledge holders who have helped us to understand the special connection Aboriginal Peoples have with the land.
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