The Princes Rock Lookout and Walking Track in Wentworth Falls

Princes Rock walking track and lookout point

The Princes Rock Lookout is a scenic vantage point in the Wentworth Falls area of the Blue Mountains that offers superb waterfall and valley views.

A short walking track starting from the picnic area leads to this lookout, the perfect opportunity to see the entire waterfall without having to do intense bushwalking.

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Mount Kosciuszko Hiking Guide (Walking Tracks to the Summit)

Mount Kosciuszko summit walk (hiking guide)

Mount Kosciuszko in the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales is Australia’s highest point, peaking at 2,228 metres above sea level.

While Mt Kosciuszko is primarily known as a busy ski destination during winter, the area is also a popular spot for hiking and mountain biking during the warmer summer months.

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Byron Bay Lighthouse Walk Around Cape Byron

Byron Bay Lighthouse walk around Cape Byron

The Byron Bay Lighthouse Walk, otherwise known as the Cape Byron Walking Track, is a scenic 4 km walking trail to one of the most iconic landmarks in the Byron Shire, the Cape Byron Lighthouse.

The track also passes the most easterly point of the Australian mainland, which is the perfect location to spot dolphins and whales.

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Box Head Walking Track in Bouddi National Park

Box Head Walk in Bouddi National Park

The short and easy Box Head Track in Bouddi National Park meanders through scenic bushland towards the Box Head lookout, offering panoramic views of Broken Bay, Lion Island, the Hawkesbury River and the Barrenjoey Headland.

There is an option to extend this walk by doing a short detour to beautiful Lobster Beach via the Flannel Flower walking track.

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9 Best Walks in Bouddi National Park

Bouddi National Park walks

A guide to the nine best walks in Bouddi National Park, exploring scenic bushland, sandstone cliffs, beautiful coastal paths, and quiet beaches.

Bouddi National Park may not be on everyone’s to-do list when looking for new walking tracks to explore. But this 15 km2 national park is home to some very pretty and unique bush and coastal walks.

It was established in 1967 as a National Park, using the local Aboriginal name for the eastern headland of Maitland Bay. There are still many Aboriginal sites to be found in the area, such as middens, engravings, and rock shelters.

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Winifred Falls Trail in Royal National Park

Winifred Falls Trail in Royal National Park

The Winifred Falls Trail is a short but enjoyable bushwalk in Royal National Park that leads to a small, unpretentious waterfall.

At the waterfall, visitors can relax on one of the many rock platforms or venture out a bit further along South West Arm Creek.

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The Cronulla Beach Coastal Walking Trail

Cronulla Beach walk

While most people visit Cronulla Beach because of its beaches, beautiful parks, and lively town centre, this beachside suburb is also home to one of Sydney’s prettiest coastal walking tracks.

Starting at Wanda Beach, the Cronulla Beach walking track is a picturesque 6 km coastal trail that follows the peninsula’s shoreline, taking in several ocean rock pools, playgrounds, beaches, and impressive real estate.

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Walk Across the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbour Bridge Walk

The Harbour Bridge is arguably Sydney’s most iconic landmark. Connecting the CBD with Sydney’s north shore, the Harbour Bridge is both a popular tourist attraction, as well as a crucially important piece of infrastructure.

Walking across the Harbour Bridge via the pedestrian walkway is the easiest and best way to experience the beauty of this landmark, while also enjoying the incredible city and Harbour views.

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Cowan to Jerusalem Bay Walking Track

Cowan to Jerusalem Bay track

The somewhat undiscovered Cowan to Jerusalem Bay walking track guides hikers through scenic bushland, ending up at a picturesque bay that is perfect for a swim and a quiet picnic.

It’s an easy, but at times very steep, 2.4km trail down to the bay, where you can enjoy great views overlooking Cowan Creek.

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America Bay Track in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park

America Bay Track in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park

The America Bay Track in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park is perfect for those looking for a fun and easy bushwalk escape in beautiful natural surroundings.

The highlight of this 2 km return walking track is the scenic lookout at the end of the walk, which provides superb views of America Bay.

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Lavender Bay and Milsons Point Circuit Walk

Lavender Bay and Milsons Point circuit walk

The Lavender Bay and Milsons Point circuit walk is a short but scenic walking trail on the lower north shore, offering stunning views of Sydney Harbour, the city skyline, and the Harbour Bridge.

Highlights and landmarks along this easy walking track include Bradfield Park, Luna Park, North Sydney Olympic Pool and Wendy’s Secret Garden.

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Discover Dangar Island on the Hawkesbury River

Discover Dangar Island on the Hawkesbury River

Dangar Island is a charming, traffic free, natural hideaway on the Hawkesbury river, rich in European and Indigenous history.

Catch a ferry from the Brooklyn marina and discover the natural beauty of this very unique and remote island.

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Guide to the Federation Cliff Walk (Watsons Bay to Bondi)

Federation Cliff Walk (Watsons Bay to Bondi)

The Federation Cliff Walk is a 5 km trail from Watsons Bay to Dover Heights above high sandstone cliffs, offering amazing panoramic ocean views.

This coastal walk meanders through beautiful parklands and open spaces, and includes an exciting timber walkway with viewing platforms on top of the cliffs.

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8 Best Walks in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park

Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park walks

Established in 1894, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park is Australia’s second oldest national park, 15 years younger than the Royal National Park.

Located only 25 km north of the Sydney CBD, Ku-ring-gai Chase is a popular weekend destination for Sydney residents and tourists.

Measuring a generous 15,000 hectares, the park is characterised by rainforests, cliffs, mangroves, Aboriginal sites, picnic areas, secluded beaches, lookouts, mountain biking trails, and various walking trails.

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Wattamolla to Eagle Rock and Curracurrong Falls

Wattamolla to Eagle Rock and Curracurrong Falls

Eagle Rock is a unique rock formation in the Royal National Park that strongly resembles an eagle’s beak. Next to Eagle Rock is Curracurrong Falls, one of the few waterfalls in the world that flows directly into the ocean.

A scenic coastal walk, starting from Wattamolla, leads to these two iconic landmarks, with fantastic views to take in along the way.

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