Immerse yourself in the wonders of Bronte Gully as we explore its thriving ecosystem and witness the positive impact of restoration. Traverse enchanting walking trails enveloped by lush vegetation, where native flora and fauna are reclaiming their rightful place. Our knowledgeable guides, Sam McGuinness and Sue Stevens of Waverley’s Environmental Sustainability Team, will lead you through this living classroom, unveiling the fascinating stories of environmental resilience in this urban oasis.

This is a free event. Numbers are limited and bookings are essential.

Waverley Council acknowledges the Bidjigal, Birrabirragal and Gadigal people, who traditionally occupied the Sydney Coast, and we pay respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders both past and present.

Frequently asked questions

Where do we meet?

Plese meet at the base of Bronte Waterfall. This location can be accessed by steps from Bronte Road (near 468 Bronte Road), and from steps next to 47 Murray Street.

What conditions can I expect?

Bronte Gully is mostly shady. On the tour we will walk along tracks of varying conditions. There will be steps (up and down), bush tracks and uneven ground. Some of these may be slippery and wet.

What do I wear?

Wear clothes that you would wear for an outdoor activity. Sturdy, enclosed shoes are a must. If rain is forecast, bring a raincoat

When: Wed, 14 Jun 2023 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM AEST

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