Morton National Park


Found in Regional NSW near Bundanoon.

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24 km return
8 hrs

Corang Peak

A long yet relatively easy going day walk that includes Corang Peak, Corang Arch and Corang river.

7 km return
2.5 hrs

East Rim Track (Full)

Running from Fitzroy Falls Visitor Centre to Warrawong lookout in the northern section of the park, this self-guided wildflower walk is a nature-lover’s dream. (You can also combine this trac with the West Rim track to make a longer walk - the East Rim track is the less busy/popular option, and not as spectacular as the West Rim Track).

Offering a delightful excursion through diverse native plants and trees, the East Rim Wildflower walking track is both scenic and informative. Spot the colourful flowers as you roam the track past a cornucopia of plant communities including dry eucalypt forests, grassy woodlands, heathlands and rainforest areas just bursting with birds. You’ll encounter spectacular lookouts with views over the valley as you go, along with helpful signs pointing out interesting flowers, useful hints and details on changing environment.

Very Easy

Echo Point Lookout

A very short walk to a very spectacular lookout of surrounding area.

2.25 km return
45 mins

Erith Coal Mine Track

This short, steep walk through woodland, heath and rainforest leads to a mine that was open from the 1860s to 1915. The metre thick coal seam was of poor quality and only used for goods engines. For safety reasons, fencing prevents entry to the mine. This walk can also be undertaken from the Erith Coal Mine car park off Echo Point Road.

2.5 km return
90 mins

Fairy Bower Falls Walk

This walk will take you to top viewing platform of the falls and below. The way down is a bit steep in areas but well worth the effort. Once you reach the base of the falls you will be rewarded with lush green area with water flowing over the cliffs and into the rock pool.

600 m return
15 mins

Fern Glen Track

This short walk leads to a moist, rocky haven – home to some gigantic king ferns and other moisture-loving plants.

3.4 km return
70 mins

Lake Yarrunga view

Views of the stored water above Tallowa Dam.

This walk is part of the Three Views Trail which has to be one of the easiest, most accessible and rewarding walks in Kangaroo Valley. The trail passes through open woodland and sandstone heath vegetation with spectacular wildflower displays in late winter and spring. There are three separate cliff edge sites with dramatic views over the Shoalhaven gorge towards the Ettrema Wilderness. The trail follows the Brooks Plateau and Moolatoo Trig fire trails within Morton National Park and is virtually flat, making it ideal for people of all ages and fitness levels; however, there are unfenced cliff edges. You can spend one or two hours doing the shorter walks or spend most of the day exploring all three.

750 m return
30 mins

Lovers Walk

Connecting Echo Point picnic area with Bonnie View, this easy walking track offers a quiet 750m stroll through open forest, with scenic views as a reward at either end. Beginning behind the Echo Point picnic shelter, the track blooms in spring with beautiful wildflowers like yellow banksia and purple geebungs. It also offers a terrific place for native birdwatching at any time of year – gang gang cockatoos are particularly beautiful.

1 km return
20 mins

Mount Carnavon Track

Mount Carnarvon walking track connects Echo Point picnic area with an isolated hilltop lookout, offering terrific birdwatching and a place to have lunch afterwards.

8 km return
2.5 hrs

Mt Budawang

A moderate steady ascent up to the highest mountain in the Budawang range.