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Guided Walk: NAIDOC Week – Kissing Point Park - Session two

Join us to celebrate NAIDOC Week. Take a walk along the Parramatta River from Kissing Point Park. Learn about the local indigenous history of the Wallumedegal people, understand their co-existence at James Squire's' brewery, The Malting Shovel on the shores of the Parramatta River and the discovery of Bennelong's grave. The walk will be led by Aunty Leanne King.

Parking: Parking available in surrounding local streets.

Meeting Point: At the Snapper Sculpture off Yaralla Road. The walk will commence and conclude at the same location.

Walk distance is approximately 2 km in duration so a basic level of fitness is required. This walk is conducted on a combination of paths and bush tracks including some uneven ground, grass surfaces, steep slopes and steps so a reasonable level of mobility is required.

This walk is not suitable for strollers, prams or mobility devices.

All children must be accompanied and supervised by a parent/carer.

No dogs or pets.

No smoking.

Equipment: Please bring your own water, water bottle and sunscreen.

Clothing: Must be suitable for physical activity. Hats must be worn. Bring a jacket in the event of inclement weather.

Footwear: Shoes must be sturdy, enclosed, have a non-slip sole and suitable for physical activity. Thongs, sandals and open toed shoes are not permitted. 

This is an Active in Ryde program brought to you by the City of Ryde.

Date & Time

Saturday 09 July 2022 / 11.45AM - 1.30PM


Free. Bookings essential. Book early as places are strictly limited.

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City of Ryde
Phone: 9952 8222


Kissing Point Park, 87 Waterview Street, Putney 2112 View Map

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87 Waterview Street, Putney New South Wales 2112

Kissing Point Park

87 Waterview Street, Putney 2112

Last updated on 15 June 2022