Partly on firetrails and partly off-track, this bushwalk crosses the valley between Yeomans Track and Wallaroo Track to form a loop. Some nice rock formations and a small waterfall along the way!
The short but sweet Carrington Falls Walking Track passes multiple vantage points over the spectacular Carrington Falls, and provides access to the Kangaroo River.
The Emily Miller, Dark and Myrtle Beaches Loop is one of the best coastal bushwalks in Murramarang National Park (on the NSW south coast). It takes you to three beautiful and secluded beaches, and provides sweeping views from multiple headlands.
Pebbly Beach Loop is a short and fun coastal walk from Pebbly Beach around the headland to the east to Little Pebbles Beach, Must be done at low tide.
The Murramarang Aboriginal Area Walking Track is a pleasant loop along the coast and coastal heath on the NSW south coast. It passes some nice beaches, but there is no evidence left of indigenous occupation.
The Pretty Beach to Pebbly Beach Loop combines stunning coastal scenery with ocean and hinterland views from Durras Mountain. The walk is best done anti-clockwise from Pretty Beach, but a few different permutations are possible.
Pigeon House Mountain or Didthul is one of the best walks in Morton National Park and on the south coast. The steep climb culminates in a set of steel stairs, with stunning views from the 720m high summit.
The Lyrebird Loop is an easy, family-friendy bushwalk through lush, remnant rainforest about 20min from Kiama. The optional Minnamurra Falls Walk leads to a viewing platform in front of the spectacular Minnamurra Falls.
An exploratory bushwalk in McPherson State Forest, mostly following Crane Ridge Trail along Crane Ridge and down to Warre Warren Creek. Along the way we visit some side gullies and Aboriginal rock art sites.