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Sir Joseph Banks Park and Botany Foreshore

Sir Josephs Banks Park in Botany is a nice little place to ride for 45 minutes. There is a bridge to the foreshore that is definitely worth riding over. Its 7km if you try to do all the paths.

 

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Apart from the traffic noise that you notice in places, this is a great place to bring your kids of any age to ride. You can ride the tar tracks for 20 minutes in the bush and not see anyone. You will definitely see geese, ducks and a couple of rather strange looking elephants and even a gorilla. Bring a basketball as there is a good half court that rarely gets used at the end of Hayden Place.

 

Geese, ducks, elephants etc

Geese, ducks, elephants etc

 

Bridge to the foreshore

Bridge to the foreshore

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Notes: Start at the play park next to the golf course (east end) or park at Port Botany boat ramp car park to start riding. There is even a mini bike track in the rather good kids play park. 

 

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External Links: Local active transport group of Botany Bay has a track

 

 

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