Jacob (12), son of bush tucker trail participant Corey, carefully plants an acacia along the trail, which sits at the rear of PBNC between Phillip St Reserve and the centre. Corey and other trail participants can be seen in the background planting a native raspberry.

Part of PBNC’s TripleR work experience program which ended in February, the trail is an attractive, cool and shady place for native bush tucker plants to flourish and a quiet place for people, birds and animals to enjoy.