They call the place as the Carss Bush Park named after William Carss who originally owned the place (1854-178).
The park is a foreshore from Kogarah’s bay just off the Carwar Avenue covering an area of 25 hectares. Carss Bush Park offers a wide variety of recreational facilities and services. These include the Carss Park Café and Grill, the Kogarah War Memorial Olympic Swimming Pool, sports fields, bushland, playground areas, picnic and BBQ facilities, an intertidal swimming area, a Life Savers building, internal car parks, a stage area and other amenities and infrastructure.
We were here yesterday, and I enjoyed taking photos of the bushland and its wildlife. There were many people that day, all of the shaded picnic areas were occupied and some just laid down some picnic blankets on the grass to place their foods, etc. One big event, a birthday celebration was celebrated under the big trees just down or off the road and parking area.
Here are some photos of the wildlife I took from here.
I like sea shells; they’re very nutritious and edible! We found these sea shells they call Pipis while we were holidaying north of Sydney in a bay called Myuna Bay in Lake Macquarie, New South Wales. We discovered them by accident when some of our guys found some of them buried in the shallow sandy bay while the kids were enjoying their bath.Then later at midday some girls, there were six of them, of Chinese descent came down and started scouring down the bay for these sea shells complete with buckets to fill on. So, we were convinced that there were heaps of sea shells in this bay. We too, gathered some more. In the fish market at Sydney, these sea shells are sold per kilo and are very expensive. But mind you, sea and marine life are protected by the government and there are limits to whatever catches taken out from their sanctuaries.