The Mount Dromedary (Gulaga) bushwalk is a solid half-day hike to the top of an extinct volcano, which passes an Aboriginal cultural site.
The Royal National Park Coast Track is a popular long day-walk or overnight hike from Otford to Bundeena, along the coastline. Enjoy stunning views, many pristine beaches and some spectacular waterfalls.
Wollangambe Canyon is a (relatively) easy canyon in the Blue Mountains, requiring no abseils and basic navigation skills – bring a lilo and keep an eye out for the exit!
Great Blue Mountains views from Lockleys Pylon and a less-frequented route down into the beautiful Blue Gum Forest.
The Little Dromedary (Najanuga) summit is reached via an “off-track” walk. The rocky hill is in private land, near the historic town of Tilba Tilba.
The Overcliff-Undercliff Track follows the edge of the cliffs south of Wentworth Falls, featuring many lookouts with sweeping views over Jamison Valley, huge sandstone overhangs and waterfalls.
The Furber Steps provides a very scenic route into the Jamison Valley in the Blue Mountains National Park, with multiple vantage points over the Three Sisters and Katoomba Falls. Return the same way, or via the Scenic Railway.