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Red Hands Cave

Discover some of the best Aboriginal rock art in the Blue Mountains area. Red Hands Cave, located in the Glenbrook precinct of Blue Mountains National Park, offers layers of hand prints and stencils that are thought to have been painted between 500 and 1600 years ago. The Red Hands Cave...

Crystal Shower Falls

The walk to the falls takes you through lush rainforest until you reach a suspension bridge adjoining to a side track that then takes the visitors behind the waterfall. The Crystal Shower Falls is a 3.5km return journey. However, in order to reach the falls, you will need to journey along the...

Plateau Circuit Loop Trail

Plateau Circuit Loop Trail is another natural beauty of the Mid North Coast. Situated in the Bindarri National Park near Coffs Harbour, Plateau Circuit is a popular cycling spot, so if you’re an avid mountain biker, it’s a must see. The 26km loop takes approximately three hours to complete...

Patonga to Pearl Beach Walking Track

Patonga to Pearl Beach Walking Track, located in Brisbane Water National Park, is a medium-graded walk that follows the Great North Walk through the red gums of the park. The 4.2 kilometre loop offers you beautiful views of the Hawkesbury River and Pacific Ocean (from Warrah lookout), sandstone...

Girrakool Loop Track

Girrakool Loop Track, located in Brisbane Water National Park, is an easy walk starting and finishing at Girrakool picnic area. The two kilometre loop offers bushland, forests, waterfalls, lookouts and a creek for your enjoyment. You’ll also find an Aboriginal rock engraving site at the start...

Astills Trail

Located in the tranquil and stunning Werakata National Park, lying within the Hunter Valley region, Astills Trail is a two kilometre route that takes you on an adventure through greenery, amazing wildflowers, and various habitats for endangered and unique birds including owls, robins, speckled...

Devines Hill Loop

Need an excuse to escape the business of city life? Explore Devines Hill Loop and lose yourself in nature. Nestled in Dharug National Park and Yengo National Park, the 28km loop is an ideal place for bushwalking and cycling, and for history lovers. If you do plan to walk the trail, make sure...

Booti Hill Walking Track

Booti Hill Walking Track, located in Booti Booti National Park three hours north of Sydney, is a medium-graded walk for the adventurers out there. The 6.5 kilometre walk begins at Ruins Campground and offers plenty of beautiful scenery and attractions along the way – beaches, rainforests and...

Broughton Island Campground

Camp among an active seabird colony at Little Poverty Beach campground on Broughton Island. The campground is located in Myall Lakes National Park and is only accessible by boat. With only five campsites available, you’ll enjoy a peaceful and special experience far away from the bustling...

Myall Lake National Park

Planning to have an adventure far from the busy life of the city but still within your reach? Just north of Newcastle lies NSW’s largest coastal lake system, Myall Lakes National Park, which is the perfect location for your next expedition. Here you have the chance to try all types of...

Tamboi Walking Track

Looking for a walk with scenic views and ends near a historical fishing village? Well then, make sure to add Tamboi Walking Track on your must-do and see list. Located in Myall Lakes National Park, the walking track takes you through a diverse range of landscapes and vegetation including swamp...

Treachery Headland Walking Track

Sydney is a city full of beautiful beaches and challenging walks so it can be hard to find a reason to leave the city, but sometimes you just need to get out and see something different. New South Wales is huge and not everyone has the time to travel to a different state. So, why not enjoy and...

Corn Trail Walking Track

Looking for an adventures with a touch of history? Corn Trail Walking Track is a must-see and do location. Located in Monga National Park, this place offers an opportunity for hiking and horse riding. Along your journey, you will encounter a diverse range of landscapes and discover some curious...

Falls Walking Track

Closed by sunset but open in time for the sunrise, the Falls Walking Track is the perfect place to spend the day with your crew for some adventure and fun. Starting at the Woolgoolga Creek picnic area, this easy 1.8km one way track guides you alongside Woolgoolga Creek to Woolgoolga Creek...

Yacaaba Headland Walking Track

If you’re looking for a scenic location while taking a relaxing walk through nature, then the Yacaaba Headland Walking Track is perfect for you. Located in Myall Lakes National Park which is north of Port Stephens, the 3.5km Yacaaba Headland Walking Track is a three hour challenging course...