Googong Foreshores - Bradley's Creek
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Panoramic photo by Unkle Kennykoala EXPERT Taken 14:00, 30/11/2013 - Views loading...


Googong Foreshores - Bradley's Creek

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Bradley's Creek is at the mid-point of Bradley's Creek Walk which is an approx.  14-km return track that starts from the Downstream Picnic Area. Some years ago this creek used to be completely dry, but now... well it's still pretty dry but at least there's some water.

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