Braidwood Urban Landcare's Flood Creek Community Recreation project gets underway

Work begins on the new Flood Creek Community Recreation Precinct

Work started last week on the next stage of Braidwood Urban Landcare’s Flood Creek Community Recreation Precinct, which aims to fully utilise a strip of land at the beginning of Bombay Road.

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The Landcare grant project, which includes an outdoor gym, is part of a larger project that began in 2009. This includes the Judith Wright Gardens at the end of Garvey Street, which was opened during the 2015 Two Fires Festival, the Community Gardens, and the footpath and footbridge, all constructed with volunteer labour. There is also a rock-armoured horse crossing of the creek at Hassal Reserve.