Scenic valley views and wildflowers abound on Prince Henry Cliff walk between Katoomba and Leura, via iconic Three Sisters and Echo Point in Blue Mountains National Park.
Best walks for active families
Is your family quite active or are your kids a little older? Try some of these longer or more challenging walks to get away from it all and spend some quality time together.
Choose the Prince Henry Cliff walk in Blue Mountains National Park for some jaw-dropping scenery. Or immerse yourselves in the cool rainforest on the Palms Circuit track in Munmorah State Conservation Area to revitalise and reconnect.
Make sure you remember the bushwalking essentials.
Fun on the go
Located near Gosford, Bouddi coastal walk is known for its beaches, boardwalk and birdlife. Go whale watching, picnic or swim at Maitland Bay, or simply absorb the ocean views.
Maitland Bay track is one of the central coast's most popular bushwalks. This short, steep walk takes you downhill to the beautiful Maitland Bay and its shipwreck.
After a tasty picnic lunch, escape to the cool rainforest of the Palms circuit track for an short loop walk beneath a canopy of cabbage tree palms.
Mitchell Park walking tracks offer several linked walks through remnant rainforest, diverse woodland and wetlands, in Cattai National Park, near Windsor.
Enjoy Green track’s fairly easy hike, a walking track loop through woodlands, gullies, gorges and rainforest, taking in all the park’s major scenic lookouts and wildlife.
Don’t miss Three Views walking track near Kangaroo Valley in Morton National Park. It's an easy walk, offering wildflowers, birdwatching and scenic views.
Caleys lookout track is a short and steep walk through bushland of Bents Basin State Conservation Area near Penrith. Take your lunch – it’s a great spot for a picnic.