Yerrabi Ponds to Mulligans Flat
This is a chance to ride or walk to see some of the heritage of Gungahlin. There is the option to just do the 4km Yerrabi Pond loop or just the 2.3km Forde loop.Once at Mulligans Flat see the next two sites on the Gungahlin Heritage Track: Mulligans Flat Schools site and the Old Coach Road. The footprint of Eastview homestead can be seen in the central photo in the landscaping of an area near the Forde Heritage Park.
How to get there
From Crace, turn left onto Nudurr Drive, then right into Gundaroo Road. Take the third left into Wunderlich Street.
From the Visitors Centre return north on Northbourne Avenue. After 5.5km turn left at the Barton Highway and continue 2 km following the sign direction to Gungahlin on Gungahlin Drive. After 4.5 km turn right onto Gundaroo Road.
Why is this interesting?
Yerrabi Pond is part of a chain of water bodies that act as a stormwater treatment system for urban run-off pollutants, protecting the water quality of the Murrumbidgee River. The water is used to irrigate nearby parks and sport ovals.
Enjoy the variety of waterbirds including black swans, herons, darters, cormorants, dusky moorhens, ducks and purple swamphens.
The path to Forde follows historic Old Gundaroo Road which was the link to Sydney for early residents of Ginninderra.