Jacaranda Trail - Taronga Zoo to Kirribilli Walk
It’s here. It’s time. It’s purple. When spring rolls around, the jacaranda trees in Sydney come into their fabulous mauve bloom.
Sydneysiders have fallen so deeply in love with these lilac goddesses that the jacaranda tree is often mistaken as an Australian native when she’s actually a Brazilian babe.
The North Shore is home to some real tall poppies in terms of jacaranda trees, but Kirribilli’s McDougall Street must have something in the soil. When they’re at their blooming best, the trees reach out for their neighbours, creating a flowering arch and a fairytale scene on the street below.
We will meet at Protected content at 10.30 AM. We will take the ferry to Taronga Zoo and start our walk from there It's around 10 KM easy walk to Kirribilli.
We will end our walk at Protected content where we will have our lunch at around 2.30 PM
Please note that there is only one option for food and beverages along the way, and lunch would be at 2.30 PM, so please bring enough food and water along with you to keep you energized and hydrated. Wear comfortable shoes and use sunscreen and hat for protection from sun.
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