She-Oak crossing walk
Bomaderry Creek Regional Park
This two hour walk through Bomaderry Creek Regional Park boasts a hidden gorge with sandstone rock faces and boulders, creek and rainforest, and is suitable for dog walking.
- Bomaderry Creek Regional Park in South Coast
- 3.9km loop
- Time suggested
- 2 - 3hrs
- Grade 3
- What to
- Sunscreen, hat, drinking water
- Please note
- Remember to take your binoculars if you want to birdwatch.
For some decent exercise and a couple of hours of absorbing the delights of Bomaderry Creek, take the She-Oak crossing walk. This trail makes the most of the natural wonders of the park; the hidden gorge with its rock faces and tumbled boulders, the cool rainforest and softly running water, are the perfect accompaniment for this tranquil walk.
Setting out from Bomaderry Creek picnic area you will wander beneath rock overhangs, stride out on the heath, enjoy the wildflowers and keep an eye out for orchids sprouting from the rock crevices. You’ll enjoy the birdlife and be sure to watch the creek for fish as they dart through the rock pools.
Best of all, you can enjoy this two-hour walk during any season. Winter is a pleasant time of year on the NSW South Coast and this shady pocket provides shelter, even on hot sunny days.
Take a virtual tour of She-Oak crossing walk captured with Google Street View Trekker.
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