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Access-friendly walking tracks

NSW national parks offer some amazing wheelchair-accessible walking tracks where you can escape city life and explore the great outdoors. On the outskirts of Sydney, Fairfax Heritage walking track boasts incredible views along an easy path suitable for people with disability. Further north near Taree, Devils Hole lookout walk has a flat paved track that takes you to panoramic scenes of World Heritage-listed wilderness. If you're heading to the NSW South Coast, make your way along the boardwalk of Penance Grove walking track to discover Gondwana-era plant species in an ancient rainforest.

People using a wheelchair accessible track in one of NSW's national parks. Photo: Paul Foley's Lightmoods
Rainforest walking track, Robertson Nature Reserve. Photo: Michael van Ewijk

Rainforest walking track

An easy walk along Rainforest walking track in Robertson Nature Reserve, near Wollongong, is the perfect way to recharge the batteries. Stroll under the rainforest canopy and enjoy birdwatching and wildlife spotting along the way.

Free park entry.
0.6km loop
15 - 30min
Grade 1
Robertson Nature Reserve in Country NSW
TrailRider, Royal National Park. Photo credit: DPIE

Free to hire mobility chairs

Keen to explore more bushwalks? NSW National Parks is pleased to provide all-terrain mobility chairs for visitors at Royal National Park, Morton National Park and Kosciuszko National Park.