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Walks in New South Wales

10 km return
2 hrs

Blue gum swamp

A circuit which consists of Shaws Ridge to the east and Springwood Ridge on the west. The trail descends into the valley which separates the two ridges through an area known as Blue Gum Swamp.

Very Easy
1.2 km return
45 mins

Border loop walk - Border Ranges National Park

Take a break from touring the Tweed Range scenic drive and stop in at Border loop.
The circuit track leaves from Border loop lookout and picnic area, taking you on a short walk through a canopy of World Heritage-listed rainforest.

650 m return
30 mins

Falcorostrum loop walking track - Border Ranges National Park

Falcorostrum loop walking track winds its way through one of the largest stands of beech in Border Ranges National Park.

2.6 km one-way
30 mins

Iluka Nature Reserve

Iluka Nature Reserve walk is an easy stroll through the rainforest on a well maintained track. It is scattered with information signs along the way giving you a great insight to the forest and its flora and fauna. It comes out at the bluff picnic grounds where you can continue either up to the lookout, or explore around the headland or both. Take your swimmers and a picnic and spend some time on the beach.

800 m return
40 mins

Myles Dunphy Bushland Reserve

Myles Dunphy Bushland Reserve has a few short and easy trails to enjoy. Located close to Oatley train station it is easily accessible by public transport. The reserve is named after Myles Dunphy, the father of conservation in NSW and former Oatley resident.
Lots of wildflowers are visible on the track and it is a great short walk to do before enjoying a lunch in one of the many cafes in Oatley.
its a great walk for kids under 5 to do.

8 km return
4 hrs

Ruined Castle Walking Track

The Ruined Castle Walking Track takes you to the iconic Ruined Castle located on the middle of the ridge between Mt Solitary and Castle Head. You will travel down the Golden Stairs and encounter beautiful rain forest full of bird life before arriving at this natural rock formation. The Ruined Castle itself is a great spot for lunch and photos as it boasts 360 degrees views of the surroundings (including the Three Sisters).

Walks in New Zealand

7 km return
6 hrs

Fantham's Peak

10 km return
6 hrs

Mt Ruapehu Crater Climb

10 km return
5 hrs

Rob Roy Glacier