Woolwich – Perfect Now and You Need a Guide

Its mid November, the jacarandas are in full bloom, some spring flowers are still around and everything is green.  Its time to go slow riding around Woolwich and Hunters Hill.  Here is how you do it.

I have been experimenting with Komoot Voice directions and I used them to direct me around all the best roads to cycle in area.  I do this with the app and I kept the phone in my pocket the whole time with the guide telling me what to do.  Why don’t you give it a try using this link  >>

To start the trail, I parked the bike in Taplin Park in Drummoyne. We went over the super big Gladesville Bridge on the cycle track on the east side.  You come out underneath at some weird steps.  Then you jump on the track and head around towards the Huntley Point wharf.  Enjoy the photos. Enjoy the ride, I did it on a brompton but some hills were a little steep.   Note: You can arrive by ferry at Huntleys Point wharf. Do try the Gladesville bridge, amazing views.

Here are all the photos from this trip

Tarban Creek Maybe the best house in Woolwich Many cottages like this in Woolwich Bridge over Tarban Creek

Here is a link to the Sydney Map of the area >>

Don’t wait too long or contact Garry in this Facebook group for advice 

 

You can also see the journey on the Jigsaw map here >>

 

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