This is beautiful area nestled just off the highway in Bomaderry, exit onto Narang Road, about 500 metres down the road just past the squash courts you will see the entrance into the park . There are a number of walks throughout the reserve, from short easy strolls to a bit more challenging loop track. The area offers beautiful wildflowers, pockets of rainforest, sandstone cliffs lining the creek and a river crossing, it’s definitely a beautiful area. You could spend an hour here or pack a lunch and spend the whole day exploring this surreal area. There is a picnic area with BBQ’s, picnic shelters and tables, toilets and plenty of flat grass area.
Dogs are permitted but need to be kept on leash. We decided to explore the River Oak Crossing Track a three hour walk following the winding river, walking through the rain forest, cliffs and rock formations, a small river crossing then returning along the river on the other side back to picnic area. The walk is amazing, every corner offers a new picture. This walk would be for moderate fitness due to steep stairs and a few areas where you need to climb a few rocks along the track, also a ladder climb over a huge rock. We really enjoyed this walk, the area has a peaceful feeling, and the scenery is amazing.
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Location – Weir Trackhead, Narang Road, Bomaderry NSW
Google Map – Here
GPS Coordinates -34.845265, 150.591996