Little Digger Track
I discovered this by accident whilst walking around Roseville. It starts under the old oak tree on the corner of Roseville Avenue and Amarna Parade, Roseville, opposite Little Digger Park, and then follows Moore’s Creek until it hits the Roseville Golf Course. The track then breaks into Carlyle Road. It then resumes and joins with the Two Creek Track, but I did not walk that section.
Features of the track include waterfalls, rock pools and caves, remnants of rainforest vegetation, mighty Sydney Red Gums (Angophora costata), She Oaks (Casuarina glauca) and many types of ferns.
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