Warali Wali

Explore this beautiful track that runs along the Prospect Creek Corridor.
A white outline drawing of a ring-tail possum sits on a red-ochre background.

Image credit: Warali Wali (Ring-tail Possum) by artists Leanne Tobin and Shay Tobin.

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Welcome to Warali Wali 

Warali Wali is a collection of Darug cultural interpretation and First Nations artwork that runs 4.7 km (one way) or 9.4 km (return) along the Prospect Creek cycleway between Cumberland City Council and Fairfield City Council.

Walk or ride the cycleway to learn about the importance of this local waterway to Darug people.

Listen to Dharug Elder and community member Leanne Tobin Welcoming you to Country and reflecting on the many native plants and animals that live on Prospect Creek.

Read new cultural interpretation signage created by Leanne Tobin and Shay Tobin, exploring the significance of changing Darug seasons to life on this unique waterway.

View a series of four public artworks Yandel’ora, Mananga, Dahl’wah and Boo’kerrikin by First Nations artists.

You can start your journey at Gipps Road Sporting Complex by following the Warali Wali possum trail markers along the path to Prospect Creek Cycleway.

How do I get there?

There are many ways to access Warali Wali including via public transport, the Prospect Creek Cycleway for bike riding or by parking your car to walk the trail.

You can start the trail at Gipps Road Sporting Complex carpark.

View the Warali Wali Google Map for local access roads to trail entry points or download the Warali Wali Map .