How many ways has Robinson Park been used in the last 500 years?
What famous biscuit is associated with farming in Fairfield?
How did Redarc Street get its name?
Why is Railway Road nowhere near the railway line?
These are some of the questions that will be answered as you do the Fairfield Walk.
The Fairfield Walk is a three-kilometer loop walk starting and finishing at Fairfield Train Station in Mildmay Street. The walk seeks to uncover the last 500 years of history of Fairfield and build a picture of the landscape and the people who fished, fired, felled and farmed the river flats.
The Fairfield Walk is conducted four times a year as a community walk on the last Sunday of chosen months or at other times by arrangement. The dates and times for each walk are displayed on this website. Bring water and wear a hat for the two hour walk.
For any information on the walk contact Denis Peel on 3892 5669 or 0408 001 362.
9.30 am Sunday 30 August 2015
Meet in Mildmay St opposite Fairfield Train Station at 9.15 am
Message Denis if you can come: 0408 001 362
Walk takes two (2) hours. Gold coin donations support ASHG activities.