An informal bushwalking trail connecting two firetrails in Brisbane Waters National Park passes the Mega Cave – an enormous shelter under a tall cliff. Some navigation skills essential.
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,
A short, off-track bushwalk in Wollemi National Park off the Box Tree Clearing Trail (Lilavale Track), to visit and record a shelter with Aboriginal hand stencils.
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 very short walk on an unmarked trail takes you to the top of Elephant Rock, which offers some of the best views on the Central Coast.
The Yanina Trail on Kincumba Mountain leads to the Colin Watters Lookout; you can return the same way or follow an informal mountain biking track to form a loop.
One of the shorter bushwalks on Kincumba Mountain, the family-friendly Kanning Walk explores some rock formations and a cave with an interesting past!
A weekend exploring the valleys and cliffs of the Parr State Conservation Area for Aboriginal art sites.
One of the best day walks in Brisbane Water National Park, the Tunnel Trail and Rocky Ponds Trail passes waterfalls, cascades and swimming holes. The Icicles at the end of the bushwalk offers great views over Brisbane Water,