Lake Yarrunga view

Morton National Park

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.

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Getting there

The Three Views Trail starts about 20km from Kangaroo Valley post office. Head towards Hampden Bridge for 600m and turn left into Mt Scanzi Road. Drive straight ahead for 20km until you see a 60kph sign and low gate in a cutting on the left hand side of the road. Parking is available on the opposite side of the road from the track start. Please be careful crossing the road. The walk starts on the other side of the low gate where you will find a sign with a map and other information.


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Route/Trail notes

The walk is well signed.  See attached GPS file for further guidance.



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Flat walk and ok view but the Shoalhaven River View (the longer walk) has a better view. Plenty of wild life to see on this track, saw a wombat, goanna and diamond python.

rob.bushman on 6 Dec, 2015


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