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 long day bushwalk along ridges towards the Sheep Trig, deep in the Wollemi National Park. The route passes some cool sandstone formations and masses of post-bushfire wildflowers.
An exploratory bushwalk in McPherson State Forest, mostly following Crane Ridge Trail along Crane Ridge and down to Warre Warren Creek. Along the way we visit some side gullies and Aboriginal rock art sites.
A partly off-track bushwalk through McPherson State Forest, iniitally following the Airfield Trail before exploring some of the valleys and ridges.
The Twin Creeks Reserve Loop follows both Water Dragon Creek and Peppermint in this Ku-ring-gai bushland reserve. This dog-friendly bushwalk uses signposted and informal trails to form a nice loop.
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
Jims Track leads out to a fantastic lookout over Cowan Creek and the Hawkesbury River. A rough track provides access to Hungry Beach and Little Pittwater Bay.
The Pylons Loop from Warrimoo to the St Ives Wildlife Garden is a varied and partly off-track loop. It links the Warrimoo Track, Ryland Trail, Callamine Trail and Showground Trail and makes use of a number of fire trails that service electricity pylons.