A long bushwalk along the Canoelands Ridge firetrail and down to Gentlemans Halt campground, with a couple of side-trips to a trig point and lookout. Some nice Hawkesbury River views.
A mostly off-track bushwalk near Brooklyn, this loop walk ascends Peak Hill from the eastern side, before returning via Sandy Bay and Dead Horse Bay (a more challenging route on the western side).
A partly off-track bushwalk in Marramarra National Park, which initially follows the Duckponds Ridge Trail (a firetrail). The last bit down to The Duckpond, a deep pool on Marramarra Creek, has no track.
A relatively short and easy ranger-guided bushwalk at Muogamarra, the Bird Gully Walk descends into a valley where it crosses Muogamarra Creek. You’ll see wildflowers, birdlife and some Aboriginal grinding grooves,
The relatively unknown Wedgewood Fire Trail in Cowan ends at a large rock platform, which offers filtered bush views. It’s not the most exciting trail, but offers some great wildflower displays in Spring.
An exploratory walk out along Shark Rock Ridge to Want Trig, with some stunning views over Cowan Creek. There is a rough trail all the way along the ridge, although some navigation skills and a topo map are essential.
A dog-friendly and family-friendly bushwalk along a firetrail to Calabash Point. At the end of the trail are the fascinating ruins of the Fretus Hotel, built around 1900 and abandoned by 1920.
An easy walk along Coba Ridge via the Neverfail Fire Trail to Collingridge Point, which has nice views over Berowra Creek. A more challenging side-trip visits an Aboriginal rock art site and the Coba trig station.