Badu Mangrove Boardwalk
Relax and unwind as you stroll the winding boardwalk in Bicentennial Park, where you will discover surviving riverside wetlands that shelter colourful waterbirds plus the largest mangrove forest remaining on the Parramatta River.
The Boardwalk is a series of low-impact walkways within the 65 hectare Badu Mangroves, which are located between the southern shore of Homebush Bay and Bicentennial Park.
The Badu Mangrove contains the largest stands of Mangrove Forest (protected estuarine vegetation) and Coastal Saltmarsh (endangered ecological community), and is part of the largest remaining intertidal wetland on the Parramatta River, home to a wide array of flora and fauna.
The Badu Mangroves Boardwalk won Project of the Year in the Environment category at the Western Sydney Leadership Dialogue’s inaugural Boomtown! awards, it was also a shortlisted finalist for the overall Project of the Year.
This is a boardwalk that can be accessed at any time.