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Warali Wali Trail

Explore this beautiful track that runs along the Prospect Creek Corridor, between Cumberland City and Fairfield City Council areas.

Warali Wali Trail

The Warali Wali Trail is a 4.7 km (one way) or a 9.4 km (return) long track that runs along the Prospect Creek Corridor between Cumberland City Council and Fairfield City Council areas. The trail includes a series of four individual public artworks created by Aboriginal artists. The public artworks express the Dreaming Stories of Prospect Creek and tell of the native flora and fauna along the local waterway.

‘Warali Wali’ is the Darug word for possum, a Darug people’s totem.

 Below are details of where you can find the individual public artworks along the Warali Wali Trail.

Where is the Warali Wali Trail?

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

Please see the Warali Wali Trail Google Map to refer to the location of the artworks and for local access roads to trail entry points.

A possum marker on the trail locates the Yandel’ora, Dahl’wah and Boo’kerrikin artworks.

The Mananga artwork is located near the corner of Long Street and Britton Street roundabout on the Cumberland City Council Prospect Creek Cycleway side.

All artworks are accessible by wheelchair.

 


Cumberland City Council access to Warali Wali Trail:

Begins along the Prospect Creek Cycleway off Gibbs Road, Smithfield. The pathway follows Long Street, intersecting with Britton Street roundabout and continuing along to Cumberland Highway. Access and parking can be found on Long Street or on the opposite side of Prospect Creek at Rosford Street Reserve on Rosford and Rhondda Streets.

 


Fairfield City Council access to Warali Wali Trail:

Begins on the opposite side of Prospect Creek by entering a small pathway directly after crossing Prospect Creek. This pathway runs along the creek to the Granville Street pathway and continues on to Cawarra Park, in Fairfield. Access points and parking can be found in many small side streets along this section of the trail.

 


Transit Systems Western Sydney Bus routes to access Warali Wali Trail in Cumberland City Council area:

800 – Blacktown to Fairfield via Wetherill Park. Stop Gipps Road opposite Gipps Road Sports Complex

806 – Liverpool to Parramatta via Abbotsbury. Stop Hassall Street opposite Rosford Street Reserve

821 – Guildford to Smithfield Industrial Area. Stop Long Street at Sammut Street

T80 – Liverpool to Parramatta via T-way. Stop Gipps T-Way

 


Transit Systems Western Sydney Bus routes to access Warali Wali Trail in Fairfield City Council area:

812 – Blacktown to Fairfield. Stop 476 The Horsley Drive

813 – Bonnyrigg to Fairfield. Stop The Horsley Drive opposite Myddleton Avenue

814 – Fairfield to Smithfield (Loop Service). Stop The Horsley Drive opposite Myddleton Avenue or 467 The Horsley Drive

802 – Liverpool to Parramatta via Green Valley. Stop Polding Street North opposite Ace Avenue

Warali Wali Public Artworks

Discover the Public artworks located in the Cumberland City Council area.

Discover the Public artworks located in the Fairfield City Council areas.