Mt Kuring Gai Track to Berowra Station

Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park

This walk explores three valleys, with great displays of wild flowers in spring, and some nice sandstone overhangs. The section between Mt Kuring-gai and the end of Calna Creek is particularly nice, and Naa Badu Lookout is well worth the small side trip. Take the time to enjoy the many creek side rest areas along the way.

Navigation Required
No Dogs Permitted
No Cycling Permitted
Maximum Elevation
Total Climb

Getting there

Start at Mt Kuring-gai Train Station, you can also do the track in reverse and start at Berowra Train Station


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Route/Trail notes

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Lots of different scenery. Don't get lost of the rocky creek section. Signage is generally good but more need to be added.

rob.bushman on 27 Jan, 2014


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