Between the northern end of the bus terminus downstream to a large dead camphor laurel.

The site was started in 2001 with clearing the part of the site in the park area of the usual culprits and unearthing a good collection of natives; in particular white cedars and hoop pines.
The creek bank was then attacked with a scorched earth policy by mattocks and copious use of Glysophate.
Serious planting started in 2002 and there is now good cover of wattles and lomandras etc with some trees to 10 metres creating a full canopy in a short section. This has been planted with Parastolohia vines as part of the Richmond Birdwing Recovery Network initiative.