Monday was a public holiday here, and the weather was marvellous for the long weekend! On Sunday I headed to Sydney’s northwest, to Lane Cove National Park (you can see the location in the last image, if you’re curious).
Off we go! Downhill, I approve of that.
A 5km walk follows the west bank of the Lane Cove River, and in some places you’re close enough to see the water.
Small flowers could be spotted beside the trail.
No danger of getting lost!
The temperature was about 30C, with barely a breeze, so the shady sections were welcome.
No shade here, but the ferns are pretty.
Messing about in boats!
At the end of the section of the walk that I did, I was puzzled by signs with numbers and names. They couldn’t be distances, surely. I finally realised that they were official picnic areas, and they were certainly popular on the day. They can be reserved in advance.
I’ve blurred the people’s name on this Reserved sign.
Once off the trail, it was no place for a pedestrian. You really are expected to drive or cycle to the trail. I often had to walk along the bush’s edge when a car came along.
And here’s the location of the park.
I’m also including this walk in Lens Artists ‘A Photo Walk‘ challenge