|Laurence Hallam||(183 walks)|
|Ian and Sue||(70 walks)|
|Allan Allport||(69 walks)|
|Mt Warning Summit trail||(87 people)|
|Mt Ngun Ngun||(51 people)|
|Mt Mitchell||(46 people)|
|Natural Bridge||(45 people)|
|Mount Coolum||(43 people)|
|Mt Maroon||(41 people)|
|Lower Portals||(36 people)|
|Mt Cooroora||(35 people)|
|Mount Tibrogargan Summit||(33 people)|
|Twin Falls Circuit||(31 people)|
Follow the pleasant Amama creek up to a set of cascades then up to Diamondfield Lookout.
This is a short relaxing walk through the Dogrell Forrest.
Worth it if you are traveling along the Pomona Kin Kin road and need to stretch your legs.
Magnificent views out over the Fassifern Valley.
Take a seat in the large rock at the edge which was popular resting spot for early governors on their journeys over the range at Spicers Gap.
Be careful as it is a sheer cliff edge.
This walk goes from Milsons Point Train Station across the Harbour Bridge and ends at the Royal Botanic Gardens. Going across the Harbour Bridge you of course get amazing views of the harbour, Opera House, Circular Quay and more. This walk can be done in either direction.
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Good walk with easy marked paths but be aware that once you get to the bottom you do need to walk back out so ensure your fitness level is good enough.2 days ago
No rain when I visited so not much water on the falls so I would recommend as others have said to visit when its been raining.