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10.30am to 1.00pm

A guided walking tour through some of the reserves and walkways at Castlecrag created by the Griffins based on their environmental and community ideals.
The internationally renowned suburb of Castlecrag was designed by Walter Burley Griffin in the 1920s as a residential community inspired by the ecological and aesthetic qualities of the landscape of Middle Harbour and its foreshores.

Learn about some of the creative forces Walter and Marion Mahony Griffin brought to their work at Castlecrag and the environmental ideals and community life they fostered here.

Please bring hat, walking shoes and water.

Cost: Adults $20; Children $10; Family $50; Concession $15
Walter Burley Griffin Society members and National Trust members $15
Bookings essential: or phone Kerry on 02 9958 4516
specific address given on booking.

Guided walking tour – The Griffins' Creative Forces: Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin at Castlecrag Saturday 23 May 2015 |

The avenue of Lemon Scented Gums in The Parapet, Castlecrag, 2014. Curved tree-lined roads that follow the contours, foreshore reserves and numerous walkways are just some of the creative features of the Griffins’ Castlecrag