Apsley Waterhole Loop Track

20 min to 30 min

1 km

↑ 35 m
↓ -35 m

Moderate track
Starting from the southern access point of Douglas-Apsley National Park on Rosedale Road, this circuit takes you through open forest past the delightful Apsley Waterhole. This gentle walk follows a trail through eucalypts and wattle trees, leading to the sparkling waters of Apsley Waterhole. The water is usually calm and clear, and it’s a lovely way to refresh yourself on a hot summer’s day. A couple of small information booths provide further details about the area. As you descend toward the river, you will pass a path on the right that leads to a campground where there are campfire pits and several places to put up a tent. While fires are permitted here, the use of fuel stoves is recommended to preserve decaying wood and prevent wildfires. 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.
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