TOMAREE COASTAL WALK – Port Stephens NSW

ZENITH BEACH - WRECK BEACH - BOX BEACH Tomaree National Park is located in the Port Stephens region and has some beautiful bush and coastal walking trails to explore. This section of Tomaree Coastal Walk is around 6kms return. We started our walk from the Zenith Beach car park in Shoal Bay and made our way to Wreck Beach and then onto Box Beach. Click on map to open in Google Maps The track is graded medium and is generally a well formed gravel track but does have some uphill [Read more...]

TreeTops Adventure Park – Newcastle NSW

If you have kids that are wild for adventure then you need to make a visit to TreeTops Adventure Park. Treetops Adventure Park is an obstacle course constructed among the trees with over 90 obstacles to manoeuvre! The kids will be climbing rope ladders, flying through the trees on zip lines, wobbling over bridges and cargo nets all while having loads of fun! Children as young as three can participate and they will enjoy an adrenaline packed two hours while they test their mental and [Read more...]

THE FERNLEIGH TRACK – Newcastle, NSW

THE FERNLEIGH TRACK The Fernleigh Track is a popular shared pathway running from Adamstown to Belmont. This 15.9km track is built along a former railway line and is a well maintained pathway making it a great spot to walk, run or cycle! There are many points along the way that you can gain access so you can choose to do as little or as much as you like! Public toilets, seats and water stations are available at different points along the pathway. The track is in a peaceful bushland area and [Read more...]

The Drip Gorge Walking Track – Mudgee Region, NSW

THE DRIP GORGE WALKING TRACK is a fairly easy and mostly flat 2.8km return walk beside the Goulburn River.  There are a few steps to tackle but nothing too strenuous.  The Drip is a 35 metre high overhanging cliff and water constantly drips out of the sandstone cliff to the river below. WHERE IS IT? Ulan/Cassilis Road 40 minutes north of Mudgee in New South Wales. THINGS TO KNOW! Picnic tables and toilets are located at the start of the track. The parking area is [Read more...]

Rocky Crossing Track – BARRINGTON TOPS NATIONAL PARK

We stumbled across ROCKY CROSSING TRACK while exploring Barrington Tops National Park. We were on our way back to our campsite when we decided to have a quick look at Williams Top Picnic Area first. The picnic area was the start of the 12km return Rocky Crossing Track walk. The track follows the Williams River. On checking out the National Parks Map we decided to do the 2km return walk to Rocky Crossing. It was SPECTACULAR!! The pictures don’t do it [Read more...]