SYDNEY'S OLYMPIC PARK: The amazing Brickpit Ring Walk,

SUBSCRIBE ► - Sydney, Australia - the Olympic Park and the Brickpit Ring Walk. Let's visit the Brickpit Ring Walk which is an urban nature park and walkway that serves as a water storage and frog habitat, located in the Bicentennial Park, in the Sydney Olympic Park, in western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Once a brick manufacturing site, the land was to be redeveloped as part of the site for the 2000 Sydney Olympic and Paralympic Games, however the 1992 discovery of the then endangered Green and Golden Bell Frog (Litoria aurea) placed a hold on developments. The urban nature park and walkway was established in 2006.
The Ring Walk is 550 metres in circumference and is raised 18.5 metres above the sandstone floor of the Brickpit. The Ring Walk allows many people to experience the Brickpit while fully recognising it as a fragile habitat. Once home the State Brickworks, a self guided walk past information panels outlines the location's environmental and heritage significance .
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