The most popular bushwalk in the Warrumbungle National Park, the Breadknife and Grand High Tops bushwalk offers spectacular views of the volcanic rock formations. A side-trip to the top of Bluff Mountains adds some of the best views along the extended loop.
A short but challenging loop walk, the Belougery Split Rock track in Warrumbungle National Park offers spectacular views from the top of an ancient lava dome.
Combining the Rosewood Creek Track and Red Cedar Falls Track in Dorrigo National Park into a 10km loop is a great way to experience some of the best rainforest and to visit the highest waterfall in the park.
Allenby Park is a small but relatively unspoilt patch of bushland in the Northern Beaches. Walking trails provide access to rainforest, a picturesque creek and waterfall and nice rock formations.
An informal walking pad provides access to Refuge Bay at West Head. This spectacular spot has a waterfall which plunges onto the beach, a clifftop swimming hole, great views and fascinating WWII history.
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.