Gai-mariagal Festival 2023 - Events

  Guided Walk: National Reconciliation Week – Glades Bay Riverwalk - Session 2

04 June 2023 | 12:15pm to 2:15pm

Guided Walk: National Reconciliation Week – Glades Bay Riverwalk - Session 2

Join us to celebrate National Reconciliation Week and Take a walk along the Wulaba track, enjoy the remnant of bushland in Glades Bay Reserve and be on the lookout for bush tucker plants as you are guided through the bush to the shores of the Parramatta River. Learn about the local Indigenous history of the Wallumedegal clan, understand their co-existence within the surrounding area of Glades Bay and visit Aboriginal rock carvings. The newly built Riverwalk track has been completed, so you can take in the new breath taking water views.

Book in quick as places are strictly limited

Meeting area for guided walk

Meet on the grass verge at the top of the reserve, near the corner of York Street and Linsley Street, Gladesville.


Walk distance is approximately 2 km in duration so a basic level of fitness is required. This walk is conducted on a combination of paths and bush tracks including some uneven ground, grass surfaces, steep slopes and steps so a reasonable level of mobility is required.
This walk is not suitable for strollers, prams or mobility devices.

All children must be accompanied and supervised by a parent/carer.

No dogs or pets.

No smoking.

Equipment: Please bring your own water, water bottle and sunscreen.

Clothing: Must be suitable for physical activity. Hats must be worn.

Bring a jacket in the event of inclement weather.

Footwear: Shoes must be sturdy, enclosed, have a non-slip sole and suitable for physical activity.

Thongs, sandals and open toed shoes are not permitted.

  • Event cost:  Free
  • Book in quick as places are strictly limited
  • RSVP:  2 June 2023

Event Location - Glades Bay

Guided Walk: Glades Bay Riverwalk - Session 1 - Contacts

Enquiries Email

02 9952 8222

Event Enquiries Phone Number.


21 Linsley Street


Sean Willenberg
Event Coordinator

We acknowledge the original custodians of the land, the Gai-mariagal clans of the Northern Sydney Region.  We pay our respects to the Elders past and present.