Couranga Track

New South Wales

This is a pleasant walk, taking you through some of Royal National Parks more diverse ecosystems. From Waterfall Station, the walk heads through the bush and heath, before descending to the rain forest and palms on the banks of the upper Hacking River. A great walk to explore Royal National Park's floral diversity

No Dogs Permitted
235m
Maximum Elevation
279m
Total Climb

Getting there

You can access this track from Waterfall Train Station.  Head towards the Uloola Track and follow the signs.

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Other References

http://www.wildwalks.com/bushwalking-and-hiking-in-nsw/royal-national-park/couranga.html

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Comments

Very overgrown, I advise wearing long pants and long sleeved shirt. Trees have come down in some parts and require climbing over. The creek was high and had to wet to wade to get across, recommend crossing only in dry periods.

rob.bushman on 24 Aug, 2014

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