Bushwalk 4 – Mount Wondabyne to Kariong Falls – Sunday 31st March, 2019 – Sydney Course Escape to the great outdoors with our resident bushwalking guide, Greg Williams, who has been leading bushwalks around Sydney for over 33 years. The walk climbs all the way up to the top of Scopas Peak, and down to the Phill Haughton bridge, then follows the Mooney Mooney Creek north, winding through the bush to the Somersby general store. The quarry produced sandstone building materials, used in the construction of the National War Memorial in Canberra. Allow time to relax and enjoy the views. You can catch the ferry from Palm Beach to Patonga, and catch the train home from Woy Woy, making for a grand day out. Starting from the isolated train station, the walk explores an area of the park not accessible by road.
Wondabyne is situated in Brisbane Waters National Park on the banks of Mullet River, which feeds into the Hawkesbury River north of Brooklyn. Day 2, the track heads over the scenic Mt Wondabyne and around to Wondabyne Station. The steps veer into a management trail, continue straight ahead on this track for 2.5 km until you reach a sign, where you will turn right (following the sign to Patonga) which takes you to the waterfall. The campsite for the night is beside Mooney Mooney Creek. Highlights of the walk include Kariong Brook Falls and Mt Wondabyne, the highest point in the area. The walk crosses some long rock flats and climbs to the top of Scopas Peak, providing views spanning right across the park. Note: There is no car transport option from the end of this walk. About The Spot: This small romantic waterhole beneath Kariong Brook Waterfall has surrounding rock ledges which make great picnic spots. The walk then continues down to Wondabyne station, and provides an optional side trip to the Kariong Brook falls. After rain is good for the waterfall to be in flow, though the downside is that the track becomes wet and muddy. Kariong Brook Falls . The walk takes about 3 hrs 30 mins (8.1 km Return), and heads though the delightful Brisbane Water National Park. Unless you come by water, the only access is by train, you cannot drive to the start of this walk. The walk actually encompasses part of the Great North Walk that stretches 250km between Sydney and Newcastle. This long day-walk starts from the Girrakool picnic area and works its way south, alongside Piles creek and through the Brisbane Waters National Park. Stone monoliths started to emerge from between the gum trees, their eroded, horizontal lines reminiscent of the Kimberley’s iconic Bungle Bungle stone formations. A great spot on a sunny day or for a sunset. Météo. The walk gets most of the climbing out of the way quickly. Er führt durch schönen Wald, vorbei an herrlichen Aussichtspunkten und es gibt einen Wasserfall und schöne Wildblumen. 000-5km006-10km011-15km016-25km026-50km051-100km100km +, Duration
A great day out or make it an overnighter by camping overnight at Tank Creek or Mt Wondabyne. A side trip to Camp Kariong is also described if you want to take advantage of the well established camping facilities. Total climbing: 1164m Both feature rock engravings. Total climbing: 1083m. Staples Lookout to Kariong Brook 2 hrs 30 mins 5.8 km Return Hard track 261m This walk gives the shortest access to Kariong Brook 4 waterfall, one of the nicest falls in the area. The walk visits a number of great lookouts and has two worthy side trips, one up to the top of Mt Wondabyne and another to the falls in Kariong Brook. Kariong Falls. Here the walk heads towards Mooney Mooney Creek before walking up to the Mooney Mooney Creek Trackhead on the Old Pacific Hwy. Wondabyne station to Kariong Brook falls (8.1km) Wondabyne station to Somersby Store (26.2km) Wondabyne station to Somersby Store overnight (26.2km) Wondabyne to Woy Woy (15.4km) Wondabyne to Mooney Mooney Creek Trackhead (10.1km) Pindar Cave (11.5km) Wondabyne to Pindar Cave (13.6km) Staples Lookout to Mt Wondabyne loop (10.8km) Staples Lookout to Kariong Brook (5.8km) … The walk from the station follows a different route and is just over 8km. Bootstrap Slider × Home; Walks; Campsites; More; menu. Total climbing: 34m, This is a great walk, crossing the middle of Brisbane Water National Park and visiting several highlights including Rocky Ponds. Total climbing: 870m. CircuitOne WayReturn. Select your state