Lyrebird Gully circuit
Berowra Valley National Park
All the practical information you need to know about Lyrebird Gully circuit.
Features of this track
4 - 6hrs
Quality of markings
Some bushwalking experience recommended
Quality of path
Rough unformed track
Getting there and parking
Lyrebird Gully circuit is in the north-eastern part of Berowra Valley National Park. To get there from Sydney or Newcastle:
- Follow the Pacific Highway to Mount Ku-ring-gai train station
- The walk begins southwest across the Pacific Highway off Glenview Road
If you’re starting from Berowra train station:
- Follow the Pacific Highway to Berowra train station
- The walk begins west across the Pacific Highway along Berowra Waters Road at the intersection with Crowley Road.
- No vehicle access
There is street parking nearby on side streets off the Pacific Highway at both Mount Ku-ring-gai and Berowra. If you choose to come in by train, parking is available at both Mount Ku-ring-gai and Berowra train stations.
By public transport
The track is a short walk from either Mount Ku-ring-gai train station or Berowra train station. See the Transport Info website for more information on how to get to each train station.
- There are toilets at Mount Ku-ring-gai and Berowra train stations, located at either end of Lyrebird Gully circuit.
- You’ll find toilets, gas/electric barbecues, picnic tables and drinking water at Crosslands Reserve. To get there, head north-west along Lyrebird Gully circuit from Mount Ku-ring-gai station, take a detour along Benowie walking track (part of the Great North Walk) and cross Calna Creek.
- There are no bins along this track, so you’ll need to take all rubbish away with you.
Maps and downloads
Disability access level - no wheelchair access
A current NSW recreational fishing licence is required when fishing in all waters.
Camp fires and solid fuel burners
Camping is not permitted along Lyrebird Gully circuit. If you want to camp, you can do so at spots along the Great North Walk and at Crosslands Reserve.
Bikes are not permitted on Lyrebird Gully circuit. If you want to cycle, you can do so along the public roads and some management trails, including Berkeley management trail.
NSW national parks are no smoking areas.
- Lane Cove National Park Office
- Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm.
- 02 8448 0400
- Lane Cove National Park, 2 Max Allen Road Lindfield NSW 2070
- in Berowra Valley National Park in the Sydney and surrounds region
- Berowra Valley National Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger
- Crosslands Reserve is open 8am to 7.30pm during daylight savings and 9am to 5pm the rest of the year
- Barnetts Road Reserve and the lookout is closed from sunset to sunrise