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Three Views walking track

Morton National Park

Overview

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.

Where
Morton National Park
Distance
9.5km return
Time suggested
3 - 4hrs
Grade
Grade 3
Price
Free
Entry fees
Park entry fees apply
What to
bring
Sunscreen, clothes for all weather conditions, drinking water, hat
Please note
  • Bring a jacket and warm weather gear with you as the weather can change quite suddenly
  • There are unfenced cliffs along this walk – keep clear of cliff edges and keep the kids well supervised
  • It’s a good idea to bring a Morton National Park map when you’re bushwalking
  • The closest public toilets are in the Kangaroo Valley village at Hampden Bridge car park, near the ambulance station and Osborne Park
  • You’ll need to park your vehicle on the opposite side of the road from the track start, so take care when crossing the road

As its name suggests, Three Views walking track incorporates three cliff-edge viewing points, each boasting a different sight.

Spend the day walking the easy 9.5km return track that follows the Brooks Plateau and Moolatoo Trig fire trails through open woodland and heath to your choice of viewing points. You’ll enjoy incredible views of Lake Yarrunga, Tallowa Dam and the Shoalhaven River and gorges, along with spectacular wildflower glimpses in late winter and spring.

The track’s almost completely flat, so it’s suitable for all fitness levels. An abundance of wildlife also makes this a great track for walking with older children, though you might find you need to break it up into smaller sections.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

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Park info

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Looking along the valley. Photo:John Yurasek