An arduous day-walk or overnight loop walk in Bungonia Gorge. The route combines the Red Track (Slot Track) and White Track (Mount Ayre Track) with some off-track walking along Bungonia Creek. The reward for the steep descent and ascent is remote camping by the river and some great views.
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.
Russells Needle is a narrow tower of sandstone that just up above the Nattai Valley. It can be reached via a partly off-track circuit, which connects the Slott Way Track and Starlights Track. Spectacular views from Ahearn Lookout (a short detour) and the top of Russells Needle, and secluded camping by the Nattai River.
One of the many routes through the Blue Labyrinth, the two-day walk from Faulconbridge to Glenbrook in the lower Blue Mountains combines tracks along Sassafras and Glenbrook Creeks with sweeping views from Lost World Lookout. It’s a varied walk with lots of potential camping sites.
A surprisingly quiet and picturesque walk that follows the Williams River through rainforest up to Rocky Crossing, with several side trips to features along the river. The Rocky Crossing trail includes the Blue Gum Loop Trail (which can also be done separately as a shorter walk)
Combining the Uloola Track, Karloo Track and Engadine Track, this walk traverses the Royal National Park from Waterfall to Engadine stations. It takes in the Uloola Falls and Karloo Pool, as well as the spectacular “Olympic Pool” on Upper Kangaroo Creek.
A mostly off-track hike from Warrimoo in the Blue Mountains down Glenbrook Creek to Glenbrook station via Duck Hole and the Blue Pool.