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The track to Python Rock has even grades, suitable for older people and young children. The booyongs and figs near the West Cliff turn off are impressive as are the large New England Blackbutt as you enter the open forest for the first time. The view from Python Rock overlooks Castle Crag to the Lost World with Mount Throakban on the left and Moran's Falls. You can proceed up the hill from the lookout on a tough track and turn left for West Cliff.

Lookouts
Bird Watching
Rainforest
Eucalypt Forest

Getting there

The Python Rock track starts on the road, 800m before the National Park Information Centre at Green Mountains.

Route/Trail notes

The track is well marked and fully maintained. It passes through both rainforest and open eucalypt forest.

GPS Tracks

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Comments

Nice walk. Easy on the legs.

Callaghan Clan on 24 Jan, 2013

Nice, easy and relaxing. Completed as part of a larger traverse.

WorldWalker on 10 Jun, 2012

Easy morning walk out to python rock great views out to the west and north... And ovelooks Castle Crag to the Lost World with Mount Throakban on the left and Moran Falls we then retraced our steps and continued on to the falls

Walkinghawk on 10 Jun, 2012

Nice views of the valley and the falls.

Viking on Sep, 2009

Nice walk on a spring day.

Walkinghawk on Sep, 2007

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