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Store Creek walking track

Cocoparra National Park

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Explore interesting rock formations on Store Creek walking track, only 30 minutes from Griffith. The track is a birdwatcher’s paradise and a wildflower wonderland in spring.

No wheelchair access
2.5km return
Time suggested
1hr 30min - 2hrs 30min
Grade 3
What to
Drinking water, food supplies, first aid kit, sunscreen, sturdy shoes, hat
Please note
  • There are some dry creek crossings to navigate. 
  • If you continue past the end of the walkway to the stone amphitheatre, this is another 4km return on an unformed walkway. Allow another 1.5 to 2.5 hours for this extension. This extension is advised for experienced walkers only.

Store Creek walking track starts and finishes at Store Creek picnic area, where there are toilets, a gas barbecue and a carpark. Follow Store Creek through open woodland and up into a rocky gorge.  Meander through bimble box wonderland and marvel at the colours of the steep rocky cliffs.

Bring your binoculars and camera if you like to birdwatch. Beautiful woodland birds like turquoise parrots, dusky woodswallows and speckled warblers live here. You can see butterflies in shady areas like the common brown. For wildflowers, visit in late winter to late spring to enjoy the tufted bluebell, pink finger orchid and golden everlasting. 

Experienced walkers can continue for another 2km past the end of the walking track along Store Creek to reach an impressive natural stone amphitheatre. This walk goes along the side of the creek and is not on a formed walking track. It involves scrambling up some small rock ledges.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info


  • Store Creek picnic area, Cocoparra National Park. Photo © Michelle Ballestrin

    Store Creek picnic area

    A popular spot for families and day visitors alike, Store Creek picnic area in Cocoparra National Park offers a barbecue and plenty of places to relax in open woodland.


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