Greta Rd to Yarramalong (GNW)

New South Wales
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This section of the Great North Walk explores a section of the historic Bumble Hill Dray track. You will walk along the edge of ridge mostly through an open dry eucalypt forests and occasionally through moist ferny gullies as well as alongside the base of a tall rock wall. Bumble Hill Dray track was cut during the mid 1800’s to allow teams of bullocks to haul felled cedar to Mangrove Creek, where a barge would take it to Sydney. The oxen are now long gone, but this is a great way to lead into the small Yarramalong township.

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Getting there

Start on 288 - 344 Greta Rd, Kulnura NSW you will see a downhill clearing with very large powerlines.


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Route/Trail notes

The walk is well signed with a clear track, it would be hard to get lost.  See attached GPS or reference link for step-by-step directions.



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Nice short section of the Great North Walk. Watch out for the barb wire fence on the Yarramalong end of the track.

rob.bushman on 7 Feb, 2016


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