Nurragingy Reserve is a recreational facility divided into many picnic areas and tucked into the peaceful sounds of beautiful Bushland covering over 90 hectares of recreational space ideal for bike riding, bush walking, family picnics and casual sporting games. It is located in Doonside, Blacktown, New South Wales and was opened in 1981.
The park has picnic and BBQ areas (wood supplied), children’s playgrounds, bush walking tracks, formal garden areas, planted as International Gardens, quiet shaded areas and pavilions, a waterfall, Chinese Garden (just added recently), natural bushland ideal for nature studies, toilets, wedding garden areas (bookings essential), the Nurragingy Blacksmith, and the Colebee Centre.
Here are some photos I took from this park. These photos were taken spring of 2010 the year when I started seriously taking photography as a hobby … with a passion. My camera then was a simple Canon Digital IXUS 80 IS.
Here are some photos recently taken on the present landscape of the park, the Chinese Garden now is the centrepiece. People love to visit the place and most often take photos with the Chinese Garden as the background on their photos.