The Yuelarbah walking track forms the main part of a bushwalking loop through the Glenrock State Conservation Area. It passes two waterfalls before reaching Burwood Beach and Glenrock Lagoon.
A fairly demanding walk along an undulating ridge to Taffys Rock, a large sandstone platform that provides panoramic views over the Hawkesbury River and Cowan Creek
The Pogson Trig Loop combines the Blue Gum Walk, Pogson Trig Trail, Quarry Firetrail and Benowie Track (Great North Walk). Sections of this loop require approval (as it crosses behind the Hornsby rifle range), or the walk can be accessed from both Westleigh and Hornsby to avoid the closed sections of track.
Wondabyne to Woy Woy via Pindar Cave and Mt Wondabyne is a interesting bushwalk in the Brisbane Water National Park. It incorporates a section of the Great North Walk, as well as a side-track to the impressive Pindar Cave.
Thornleigh to Berowra (or Mt Ku-ring-gai) is one of the more popular and varied sections of the Great North Walk, which traverses the Berowra Valley National Park Park. It can be done in shorter sections from around 7km to 30km, over 1-2 days.