Wildlife Trails at the Randwick Sustainability Hub

Trails link to form a pleasant and educational walk around the Randwick Sustainability Education Hub.  Start in the Permaculture Interpretive Garden, follow the winding path onto the Wild Food Trail then follow the sandstone sitting blocks and enter the Habitat Trail to emerge on the far side of Munda Street Reserve.

This is an educational and recreational landscape, part of what has become a multiple-use park that incorporates the 13 hectare Randwick Environment Park, home to some of the remnant bushland that once clothed what we now know as the Eastern Suburbs in a tough, olive green fuzz of vegetation.

The trails were developed for Randwick Council’s schools’ excursion and community education programs as well as providing an experience of the bush for passers-by. The trails are maintained by the PermaBee community volunteers. They offer an interesting and diverse walk to visitors to this green oasis in urbanised Randwick.

Interest in visiting?

You will find the trails surrounding the Randwick Community Centre at 27 Munda Street, Randwick.

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Wild Food & Habitat Trails


Photo below: Eco Heroes Club members decorate the native social bee boxes