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Wednesday, October 21, 2020
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Tag: Mulberry Trees

Love eating mulberries? Well you’ll be happy to know that there are a few parks, bushwalks and streets with mulberry trees that you can pick from (for free) when ripe during October to November!

And if you’re wondering how to get rid of the purple stain afterwards, just break an unripe mulberry and rub it on the stain.

Here’s a list of places we’ve reviewed where there are mulberry trees for you to pick from. See Google Map above for others.

Epping Aquatic Centre, Dence Park | Epping

I am surprised how long it took me to get around to visiting Epping Aquatic Centre. Please don't make the same mistake! Epping Pools...

James Hoskin Reserve – Neighbourhood Playground | Carlingford, Eastwood

There is more to James Hoskin Reserve than what you first see. Beyond the play equipment and the picnics tables, near Raimonde Road, is...

Auburn Botanic Gardens – Animals, Street Library, Playgrounds

Auburn Botanic Gardens is a must visit for families! It's high on the list of places we recommend the most. While beautiful all year...

Terrys Creek Walk – Carlingford to Eastwood

I have known about the Terrys Creek Walk from Carlingford to Eastwood for a while now. Way before I found out about the other...

West Epping Park – Large Playground, Synthetic Sports Field

There is a LOT to love about West Epping Park. Like the different play spaces for toddlers and older kids (particularly the 8-14yr old...

Charity Creek Cascades – Shaded Playground and Orchard | West Ryde

When we first started going to the West Ryde Wombats playgroup, we had to leave early to get home for naps. Now three and...

Third Settlement Reserve – Shaded Playground, Bushwalks | Winston Hills

Third Settlement Reserve is such a lovely park and it's on our regular visit list. There's a fabulous small shaded playground, lots of paths...

Upjohn Park – District Playground | Rydalmere

Upjohn Park is actually a rather large park, but you could easily miss it as it is almost invisible from the streets surrounding it...

Eccles Park – Neighbourhood Playground | Ermington

Hidden down an alleyway, off Spurway Street in Ermington, is a lovely little park known as Eccles Park. Containing new play equipment it's definitely a...
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