From Manly to Royal National Park, there are accessible areas to see Eastern Suburbs banksia scrub (ESBS):
- Car-rang-gel (North Head) Sydney Harbour North National Park
- Kamay Botany Bay National Park, La Perouse – for example, Jennifer Street Boardwalk
- Kamay Botany Bay National Park, Kurnell – for example, the start of the Yena Track
- Malabar Headland National Park
- Randwick Environment Park
- Royal National Park
- North Head Sanctuary, Manly.
ESBS in Centennial Parklands
Centennial Parklands and Queens Park in Sydney have 3 remnants areas of ESBS.
Two of the sites are fenced and are not open to the public to help protect ESBS from disease and weeds that may be inadvertently brought in by visitors. These sites have been actively managed by volunteers and Centennial Parklands staff for many years with good success. They’re now important sites for ESBS practitioners to learn about best-practice regeneration techniques.
Find out more about this remnant vegetation in Centennial Parklands.