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Under Alert Level 2, all public toilets, playgrounds, basketball courts, tennis courts, golf clubs, skate parks, pump tracks, BBQs and other facilities within our parks and open spaces will reopen to the public.
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Flat Bush Path - Starting near the playground at Topland Reserve nestled into native bush from SkellIgs Drive.
Flat Bush Path - Path section alongside the wetland area, Jerpoint Drive.
Flat Bush Path - Hidden picnic seating near the swings and flying fox, Multose Drive.
Flat Bush Path - Discover the bird feet in the concrete.
Flat Bush Path - Exercise equipment, Multose Drive.
Flat Bush Path - One of the many wetland features along the path.
Flat Bush Path - Typical section of the path.
Flat Bush Path - Narrow section of the path on Jerpoint Drive.
Flat Bush Path - Views of the bush and wetlands from the path.
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Starts at 25 Skelligs Drive, Flat Bush
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A peaceful local walking path where you can discover wetlands, bush and local birdlife.
The path is paved in concrete and suitable for pushchairs. See if you can find the bird tracks through the concrete path along the way.
Enter from Skelligs Drive, where you'll also find on-street parking.
At the start of the path in Topland Park there's a great playground nestled in established bush. This is a perfect activity for younger children to start their adventure.
The path continues alongside wetlands, over bridges, and a second playground with a flying fox and exercise equipment. You'll also find a picnic table where you can stop for a break and bite to eat.
Bear in mind there's no public toilet on the route - the closest is at nearby Barry Curtis Park.
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