Brisbane Water National Park, near Kariong, is home to the amazing Bulgandry Art Site Aboriginal Place. Visit this sacred Indigenous site to see incredible Aboriginal rock art.
Aboriginal cultural walks and activities
Did you know Aboriginal culture is one of the oldest continuous cultures in the world, traced back at least 50,000 years?
Learn even more with your family discovering traditional cultural pathways in NSW national parks.
Don’t miss the ancient rock art and engravings at Bulgandry Art Site Aboriginal Place in Brisbane Waters National Park. The Yuelarbah and Leggy Point Loop walking tracks in Glenrock State Conservation Area are also highlights to discover on your own or through a guided experience.
Gather the family and head to O’Hares Creek lookout walking track in Dharawal National Park, south of Campbelltown and near Appin. It’s a great getaway with scenic views and birdwatching.
Yuelarbah walking track is a great day walk within Glenrock State Conservation Area, near Newcastle. It features a lookout with scenic views, waterfalls and places to picnic.
Take in the views of the ocean and coastline all the way to Newcastle from Leggy Point loop walking track, a popular walk for the whole family in Glenrock State Conservation Area.
The Drip walking track, in Goulburn River State Conservation Area, meanders beside Goulburn River to The Drip, or 'the Great Dripping Wall’. Rain water trickling through the porous rock wall makes it a cool oasis.