A pleasant half-day walk from Woy Woy Road, this bushwalk takes you past some nice views before visiting the intriguing Woy Woy Snake, a 50m-long stone arrangement.
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.
The Morelia Walking Track in the D’Aguilar National Park provides a nice view from the Mount Nebo Lookout, It’s an easy, family-friendly bushwalk you can do in under two hours.
An easy walk along Coba Ridge via the Neverfail Fire Trail to Collingridge Point, which has nice views over Berowra Creek. A more challenging side-trip visits an Aboriginal rock art site and the Coba trig station.
This North Head Loop is an interesting bushwalking circuit around North Head in Manly, which uses some “secret tracks” as well as official trails. The loop passes some stunning viewpoints and World War II historical ruins.
The Leggy Point Loop combined with an unofficial loop around Little Redhead Point offers some stunning coastal views. Follow this route rather than the official route to avoid a section of walking along Scout Camp Road.
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.