A loop walk down the Sassafas Gully and back via the Sassafras Ridge Trail, which passes Clarinda Falls and the spectacular Numantia Falls. A short section is off-track.
Combining nice views over Apia with some local history, the tomb of Robert Louis Stevenson on Mt Vaea can be reached by both the Long Trail and the Short Trail – or combine both for a loop walk.
Combining Nellies Glen (Six Foot Track) with the Devils Hole, this Blue Mountains bushwalk offers spectacular views from multiple lookouts, beautiful rainforest scenery and some fascinating history from the coal-mining era.
The loop walk through Terrace Falls Reserve uses a network of historic trails, which traverse many sections of shaded rainforest. The bushwalk features four spectacular waterfalls and three secluded pools.
Although not a very well-known track, the Porters Pass and Colliers Causeway loop is one of the best Blue Mountains bushwalks. It passes several waterfalls, some great lookouts, secluded grottos and a spectacular slot canyon.
An interesting and scenic loop along Glenbrook Creek and Kanuka Brook, returning via the Red Hands Cave Track. It includes a side-trip to the spectacular Crayfish Pool and Grey Hat Falls.
The popular Gudda Gumoo is the best bushwalk in the Blackdown Tableland National Park, featuring views into the gorge, waterfalls and a spectacular set of rockpools.
A loop bushwalk through subtropical rainforest, this bushwalk in D’Aguilar National Park combines the Western Window track and Westside track. It’s a secluded and surprisingly pleasant bushwalk.
A fairly popular bushwalk in the D’Aguilar National Park, the Greenes Falls Track descends through rainforest to a platform overlooking Greenes Falls. It’s an easy and pleasant walk, but don’t expect a spectacular waterfall.