Morton National Park


Found in Regional NSW near Bundanoon.

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3.5 km return
90 mins

West Rim Track

For a delightful walk through pristine eucalypt forests and lush rainforest, the easy/moderate West Rim walking track offers spectacular views of dramatic gorges and waterfalls in Morton National Park, near Robertson. The nearby Fitzroy Falls Visitor Centre offers loads of information on the local highlights, as well as delicious meals, making this walk ideal for family outings and a highlight of a car tour of the Southern Highlands. (You can also combine the East and West Rim trails for a longer walk - the West Rim track is much more scenic - and much more popular. On a public holiday it gets busy!)

Following this gently undulating track, you’ll trace the western edge of the horseshoe shaped escarpment leading to Renown lookout. With lookouts along the way, there’s plenty of opportunity to stop and enjoy the sweeping views of deep river valleys and waterfalls.

Enjoy the lush ferns and towering forest canopy of coachwood, bloodwood and lilly pilly. Look for the flowering boronia as well as the purple flowering chocolate lilies, with their distinctive scent, in the spring.