{Cascade Walk – Macquarie Pass National Park}

Enjoy one of Wollongong’s most suitable walks for beginners and those with limited fitness. This walk a beautiful stroll through lush rainforest and close to a beautiful stream. Enjoy the flora and fauna, with the reward of the beautiful cascades at the end of the walk. … More {Cascade Walk – Macquarie Pass National Park}

{Mt Kembla Summit}

One of Wollongong’s most beautiful and unique walks. Depending on the weather is right, a plethora of fungi, an eerie walk in the clouds or simply a great walk to absorb the iconic Wollongong coastline and Lake Illawarra views. A great walk anytime of year, enjoying plenty of wildlife with a short challenging walk. … More {Mt Kembla Summit}

{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}

{7 tips for safe bushwalking}

Given the recent spate of airlift and paramedic emergencies throughout our local bushwalking tracks over the summer, it’s fairĀ time we talk safety. Yes, the details that might just save your life, or at least some uncomfortable experiences out there in the wilderness. Take heed of the following 7 important points for everyday bushwalking… 1.Hiking Buddies. … More {7 tips for safe bushwalking}

{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}