Greenpoint Park

Time: As long as you want | Parking: Lots | Dog friendly: No | Entry fee: Free
| See map below for directions |

This is for those days when your just in the mood for a little fresh air and a break from the craziness that is our lives. It perfect to just pop out in a lunch break and come and eat a sarmie or to just have a little wined down after a hard days work.

Greenpoint Park

Greenpoint Park

The Greenpoint park is not only for taking your pooch for a walk or kicking back and flipping a few pages of your favourite magazine. It has an amazing local biodiversity garden that is filled with plants I have no idea how to pronounce, let alone spell, as well as loads of information on what plants are used for what, sustainability and what we should and shouldn’t be doing to look after our amazing wildernesses. Although it may sound like a bit of a drag its really well put together and pretty fascinating if you’re even remotely interested in the outdoors (which I sort of assume you are).

Biodiversity Garden

Biodiversity Garden

Sustainability messages

Sustainability messages

Biodiversity Garden

Biodiversity Garden

Water features

Water features

How to use this map to get directions.
click on the blue dot | a bubble will appear | click on direction | you will be taken to the Google maps site, do not panic | there will be and A and B yellow dots on the top left of the page | the B dot will have the locations of where you want to go | put your location in the A dot | click Get Direction | it will now give you directions on how to get where you want to go|


https://www.facebook.com/pages/Greenpoint-Park-and-Biodiversity-Garden/179230205451783

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