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The Jingga Track is a short but very steep bushwalk in Dharawal National Park that leads to a beautiful natural waterhole and a small waterfall.
The waterhole is suitable for swimming, which makes this trip an even more enjoyable outdoor adventure on a warm summer’s day.
The O’Hares Creek Lookout in Dharawal National Park is a scenic viewing platform with fantastic views of the O’Hares Creek gorge and surrounding scenery.
A short and easy family-friendly walking track will get you to this lookout, that is still a bit of a hidden gem in this beautiful part of Sydney.
Maddens Falls is a stunning cascade waterfall in the rural locality of Darkes Forest in Dharawal National Park, located approximately 50 km south of Sydney.
A short and easy 1 km bushwalk through upland swamp communities brings visitors to a viewing platform that offers beautiful views of the waterfall.
If you’re looking for a quiet and unspoiled alternative to the larger and more popular national parks in and around Sydney, Dharawal National Park near Campbelltown most definitely deserves your attention.
In this article we are going to introduce Dharawal National Park as your next outdoor adventure destination, with a list of five exciting highlights to consider exploring.
Minerva Pool is a beautiful natural water hole in Dharawal National Park, accessible via a short and relatively easy bush walking track.
A fenced lookout platform located towards the end of the walk offers scenic views of the pool and the surrounding scenery.