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Great North walk stage 5: Hidden valleys part 1

Berowra Valley National Park


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In line with the latest NSW Government COVID-19 advice, it's a requirement that you wear a mask if you enter an indoor area. Please bring a mask with you on the day.

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Take on the Great North walk challenge in 2022! In stage 5, you'll walk 12km and explore the hidden valleys of Berowra Valley National Park.


Sunday 26 June 2022 and Wednesday 29 June 2022, 8.10am to 4pm. Meet at 8am.

Berowra Valley National Park
No wheelchair access
Medium. Suitable for adults only (15 years and over). Some bushwalking experience is recommended.

Adult (15 years and over) $25 per person. Concession (Student, Australian pension, Veterans Affairs and Seniors card holders) $20 per person.

Meeting point
West side of Hornsby Station. Meet at 8am.
Bookings required. Phone 1300 072 757 for more information or book online.
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Here are some highlights:

  • There will be a steep downhill route where you'll follow the path through lyrebird country. From here, we’ll emerge at Berowra Creek near Crosslands Reserve.
  • Shortly into the walk you'll come across Calna Bridge. Here you'll see spectacular scenery of a wooden pathway passing over a delicate salt marsh.
  • We'll continue our journey north along Berowra Creek for most of the day.
  • If we're on time, we’ll have lunch at the subterranean 'sandstone settee' just above Sams Creek. From here we'll climb to Naa Badu lookout to see the breathtaking views of track we just traversed. Naa Badu means 'see water' and is distinctive to the Darug People.
  • The last part of our journey will be a steep climb to the top of the ridge. This will lead us into beautiful Berowra where you'll get a chance to stop for a coffee near the station.

Bring at least 2 litres of drinking water, lunch and snacks. It's a good idea to wear enclosed shoes and bring a hat, rain gear, sunscreen, insect protection and emergency contact information. We'll be using public transport for one section, so don't forget your Opal card.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info