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New South WalesMorton National Park (19) → Gundungurra Country | Shoalhaven City Council | Wodi Wodi Country
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Found 20 walks

Byangee Mountain & Pickering Brook
15.5 km return
6 h, 8 h to 2 days
Byangee Mountain & Pickering Brook
15.5 km
Return

Walk
6 h, 8 h to 2 days

Starting from the Long Gully Campground off Long Gully Road, Budawang National Park, this takes you to the summit of Byangee Mountain and back via the Byangee Mountain Walking Track. This challenging hike climbs to the summit plateau of Byangee Mountain, a flat-topped mountain located between The Castle and Pigeonhouse Mountain in the Budawangs, standing about 500m above sea level. The walk begins at the Long Gully campground, crossing the Yadboro River into Morton National Park, then climbs the ridgeline above Castle Creek and follows a fire trail to the southern base of The Castle. From there, the walk follows a narrow path along the escarpment base, passing stunning rock formations such as Cathedral Cave and the Natural Arch, then heads across the saddle at Castle Gap. After some moderate rock scrambling up the Byangee Walls, including rope-assisted sections and a narrow rock passage, the walk reaches the plateau summit of Byangee Mountain, which offers panoramic views of The Castle, Pigeon House Mountain and the Clyde River Valley. If time allows, walkers can continue to Pickering Point, Byangee Mountain's easternmost point, before returning to the campground. This walk consists of wide and narrow walking trails, fire tracks and off-track sections, with uneven natural surfaces, compacted natural surfaces, rock scrambling sections, creek crossings and steep hills. Suitable for high fitness levels. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Highlights
Birdwatching
Caves
Swim
Views

Environment
Natural

Transport options
To start
Car


Corang Peak & Arch
26.2 km return
8 h to 2 days
Corang Peak & Arch
26.2 km
Return

Walk
8 h to 2 days

Run
4 h to 2 days

Starting from the Wog Wog Campground off Charleys Forest Road, Morton National Park, this walk takes you past Corang Peak and Corang Arch, to the Burrumbeet Brook Campsite and back via the Wog Wog Walking Track. This challenging hike winds its way through varied landscapes in the southwestern section of Morton National Park, passing spectacular viewpoints and rock formations along the way, including Corang Peak and Corang Arch. Much of the hike traverses the Budawang Wilderness, where there are no signs or marked tracks. The walk initially leaves the campground and crosses Wog Wog Creek, then meanders through the open forest along an old fire trail, which becomes a foot track, eventually reaching conglomerate outcrops. After passing the Goodsell and Tinderry lookouts, the walk reaches a junction with the track to Corang Lagoon, which is closed to the public, then continues south towards the Corang Plateau. From the plateau, the track gets rocky terrain, the scrub gets denser, and you'll get views of Corang Peak and beyond. Beyond Korra Hill, the track forks, with the left-hand track climbing over Corang Peak and offering panoramic views from the summit, while the right-hand track, which can be taken on the way back, skirts around the base. On the other side, the track rejoins and continues to Corang Arch, an impressive sandstone rock arch located on the western side of the plateau. From there, walkers can either return and avoid staying overnight, descend to Canowie Brook, where there are a few small campsites, or continue further to Burrumbeet Brook, which has several camp caves and campsites. This walk consists of wide fire tracks and narrow walking trails, with uneven natural surfaces, compacted natural surfaces, off-track sections, rock scrambling sections, creek crossings and steep hills. Suitable for high fitness levels. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Highlights
Birdwatching
Views

Environment
Natural

Transport options
To start
Car


Fitzroy Falls to Kangaroo Valley
37.6 km oneway
12 h to 2 days
Fitzroy Falls to Kangaroo Valley
37.6 km
Oneway

Walk
12 h to 2 days

Mtb

Run
7 h to 2 days

Starting from the car park near the Fitzroy Falls Visitor Centre on Nowra Road, Fitzroy Falls, this walk takes you to the historic town of Kangaroo Valley. This moderately challenging walk begins near the magnificent Fitzroy Falls, one of NSW's most iconic waterfalls, and takes walkers to the picturesque village of Kangaroo Valley, showcasing the best of Morton National Park along the way. The trail is most often used for mountain biking but is also suitable for walking and running. It can be completed in a day with the option of camping overnight at Griffins Farm. The walk initially follows the Red Hills Fire Trail alongside the West Rim Track, which offers spectacular views of dramatic gorges and waterfalls from several lookouts, then continues through Morton National Park before following the Meryla Fire Trail along the southern boundary of Meryla State Forest. From the top of Meryla Pass, the walk descends steeply along the Griffins Fire Trail past the Gales Flat Campground, then crosses Crankeys Creek and meanders through the Yarrunga Creek Valley. After passing Griffins Farm and crossing Yarrunga Creek, the walk follows Jacks Corner Road through Kangaroo Valley, then heads along Bendeela Road past the Kangaroo River Nature Reserve. Further ahead, the walk follows Moss Vale Road, crossing the historic Hampden Bridge before reaching the Kangaroo Valley village, which is home to cafés, restaurants, art galleries, souvenir shops and a heritage-listed pub. This walk consists of wide fire tracks and sealed roads, with compacted natural surfaces, bitumen surfaces, steep hills and creek crossings, suitable for moderate fitness levels. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Highlights
Birdwatching
Cafe
Heritage
Ruins
Views
Waterfall

Environment
Natural
Rural
Urban

Transport options
To start
Bus
Car

From end
Bus
Car




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