We have visited another park in our quest to visit all the bushland parks in our city. This one is Riverdale Park at Meadowbrook about a 20 mins drive from home. The park borders the Logan River and it was once part of Armstrong's 100 year old grazing property. The farmland is gradually being returned to native bushland by the council.
A variety of waterbirds can be seen from the pontoon.
However, on this day I only saw ducks.
On our walk we passed this tree with interesting seed pods.
We could see the Logan River lazily winding its way to the bay.
There were lovely picnic spots and an exercise circuit. (Photos can tell lies.)
After an hour's walk we returned to the car through the afternoon sunlit grassed area where an Illawarra Flame tree was dropping its blooms as Autumn arrives.