{10B Trail – Dharawal NP}

A magical oasis of luscious green rocks, trickling streams and a dark mossy canopy of trees blanketed by maidenhair ferns and tiny mushrooms underfoot. This trail is sensitive. As there is no distinct trail it is important to respect the mosses, small shrubs and environment. It’s not the place to scratch off moss, trample small […]

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{Upper Byarong Creek}

A magical oasis of luscious green rocks, trickling streams and a dark mossy canopy of trees blanketed by maidenhair ferns and tiny mushrooms underfoot. This trail is sensitive. As there is no distinct trail it is important to respect the mosses, small shrubs and environment. It’s not the place to scratch off moss, trample small … More {Upper Byarong Creek}

{Macquarie Rivulet Group Walk}

{adventure} noun /ədˈven.tʃər/ an unusual, exciting, and possibly dangerous activity, such as a trip or experience, or the excitement produced by such an activity CAMBRIDGE DICTIONARY If ever there was a cracker of a walk in the Illawarra, this is it. It’s got it all; mesmerising waterfalls, luscious pools and gorgeous rainforest – and enough scare factor … More {Macquarie Rivulet Group Walk}

{Byarong Cascades}

When I hiked this trail I was the fourth generation to retrace the steps (fifth if I could’ve convinced the kids!) of my Great Grandfather Mr. Percy Kennedy. A keen amateur geologist and an active citizen of Wollongong, Percy was convinced of evidence of an extinct volcano under Mt Robertson as he explored the beautiful … More {Byarong Cascades}

{Kelly’s Falls}

This is a really popular walk mostly due to the fact that there is a really impressive swimming hole with some epic high places to jump off…if you dare!! If you choose to go the long way in through the Princess Marina trail you start off on Lawrence Hargreaves Drive. The trail head is really … More {Kelly’s Falls}

{How to leave no trace on your next adventure}

In our local area we are so lucky to be surrounded by pristine bushland. Since the early days of logging our escarpment for the lucrative Red Cedar trade, our forests have grown back to beautiful niches of rich biodiversity and spectacular wilderness. People who truly respect and appreciate our local bush would never intentionally enter … More {How to leave no trace on your next adventure}