On this walk, you can enjoy history, nature and architecture. It is a pleasant walk with no hills.
This walking map was created by learners in the English as a Second Language Group, Level 2 at Kensington Neighbourhood House.
Providing a variety of programs for locals. Kensington Neighbourhood House has been running for 40 years to help locals.
The Garden was conceived in 1986 as a part of the International Year of Peace. Features plants symbolic of peace and colours of women's movement. It's a very relaxing place.
Under the Epsom Road Bridge. Installed in 1998. Commemorates historic Newmarket Saleyards. Animals passed the 'Back Gate' to leave the Saleyards towards the abattoir or meatworks.
Kensington is a nice place for walking around and there are many children’s playgrounds. It's a lovely place to live because public transport is very convenient.
If you're interested in renting a plot to grow your own vegetables, please contact Kensington Community Recreation Centre on 9376 1633 or email@example.com.
Apart from birds, sometimes you can see local wildlife on apartment balconies too.
You can walk or cycle along the river to visit the wetlands, or travel to other places from here.
When the water is low you can see starfish on the river banks.
This playground is great for children of all ages. The park also has BBQ, tables , seats and a water tap.
Built during the reign of Queen Victoria. Many houses have been lovingly restored.