Summary: A very short walk from Sir Bertram Stevens Drive, Flat Rock Creek is a secluded and shaded natural swimming hole in the Royal National Park.

A fairly short bushwalk in the Royal National Park, the Flat Rock Creek Trail starts on Sir Bertram Stevens Drive and descends fairly gently from the road.

AWAT6575 LR Flat Rock Creek - a secluded Royal National park pool

It soon reaches Flat Rock Creek, which (as the name suggests) is very flat and rocky…

AWAT6587 LR Flat Rock Creek - a secluded Royal National park pool

Just downtream of this creek crossing is a fairly deep pool and swimming hole, which is a nice spot for a swim on a warm day. You just need to pick the right spot to get in and out of the water, as one side is lined with rocks (this is the best side to enter) and the other with reedy plants.

Flat Rock Creek swimming hole

Getting to Flat Rock Creek

The small parking area and start of the Flat Rock Creek Track is on Sir Bertram Stevens Drive, 6.6km south of Audley. The track is signposted.

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