Randwick Environment Park is a special place. It's home to birds, frogs, critically endangered Indigenous flora and numerous native species of plants and wildlife. As the current caretakers of the land, Randwick City Council acknowledges our role is to preserve and protect this special place in our Council area. Importantly, we acknowledge the traditional owners of this land – the Bidjigal and Gadigal clans, and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.
Discover with us
We've recently installed a self-guided walking tour around the park called Discovery at Randwick Environment Park, which consists of six stations where you can play, learn, preserve and explore the park and our native wildlife. Look for the station markers and get involved at each of the following six stations:
1) Up with the birds
Spot 20 bird cut-outs located throughout the park and learn about each one by scanning their nearby QR code.
2) All about the scrub
Learn how you can protect the critically endangered Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub.
3) Frog chorus
Listen to the different frog calls you can hear right here in the park!
4) How's the serenity
Take a seat and take a moment to stop, breathe and connect.
5) Wetland walkabout
Has there been recent rainfall? Learn where the rain goes and why the wetland is ephemeral.
6) Bush regeneration
How does fire help protect our local flora and fauna?
Look for these six station signs around the park to help you get started! If you'd like to start having fun at home, try this find-a-word!
Watch this video of the launch of the Discovery at Randwick Environment Park here: