UOW – Campus Tree Walk

I have been doing swimming lessons at UOW to build up my confidence so that I can go snorkelling in New Zealand. I knew that the Uni had a few walks around it. One of them is the Campus Tree Walk.

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While I am not in the know about trees I decided to download the map and check it out.

The walk only takes 15-30 minutes and you see the main parts of the Uni. It is a good ice-breaker into Uni as well because you walk along the main internal road a bit and you go through the main passages around the library and other buildings. It does get confusing because the walk itself is not signed posted however the trees are.

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The Uni has 44 species of Eucalypt and rainforest trees and two ponds. The uni have published a very detailed map that goes into every type of tree.

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So, why should you go? Well it is the weekend and you are wanting to go for a walk but you are bored with your usual spot. Check out the Uni.

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Parking is free from what I can tell, there is hardly anyone around, the birds don’t fly at you. Did I mention it is nice and peaceful, you could even take a picnic (no one will notice).

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I have been to the Uni a few times before but usually it is in session and everyone is super busy and fast. It was lovely just strolling the empty lanes taking my time.

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P.s. Hunter Valley GardensMy Illawarra Bucket List

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