What our readers are saying:
I have recently undertaken the suggested walk in this edition, being Camberwell Junc to Central Park Malvern, which I found satisfying. There is however one very awkward part of the walk and that is the section between Cato Park and Milton Parade.[…] The crossing of Toorak Rd is extremely difficult, as there is no distinct crossing point, (I waited until traffic lights went red and did the walk on a Sunday)…
Rob N. – via email
Firstly, Rob, I am delighted that you are enjoying the Burwood Walks. I am always amazed just how many little gems of parks are in these suburbs, and also enjoy the walking along the quieter residential streets.[…] This is what I had in mind: After walking diagonally across Cato Park, you reach Tooronga Rd (which goes south). We then have (sadly as I say in the notes) about 10 minutes walking south along busy Tooronga Rd. We do cross Toorak Rd, but there are traffic lights there. We then walk south along Tooronga Rd past the shopping centre (hence my comment about “temptations”)…
Mark Learmonth – Burwood Bulletin writer
We are really most fortunate to have you producing such a good magazine in this region. I have loved your articles on local histories.
Laurie M. – via email
Many thanks for a most informative Bulletin, I look forward to reading it, especially the history of places and people.
Dorothy S. – via email
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