The Griffins’ Castlecrag, hidden house hop
Walk in the steps of Walter Burley Griffin and discover his unique 1920's architecture in the unique Middle Harbour suburb of Castlecrag.
Learn how Griffin made his houses disappear within the landscape on this two hour walk connecting the Griffin houses, walkways and reserves.
Enjoy this two hour walk connecting the Griffin houses, via Castlecrag’s distinctive walkways and reserves.
This walk in the Griffin Conservation Area at Castlecrag will include small sections of unsealed track with steps, and view Walter Burley Griffin’s exterior architectural features. We will stop outside eight Griffin houses including the one which Marion Mahony Griffin and Walter Burley Griffin resided in for ten years. We will explore some of the extensive networks of Griffin walkways and reserves linking the houses and roads that follow the contours of this beautiful Middle Harbour peninsula. House interiors will not be open to the public. Please bring a hat, walking shoes and water.