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mrdom
5,098 مساهمة
فبراير 2020
‪We walked from St Ives (Acron Oval) to the Cascades (looking good from the rains and the path was covered by the water twice but we got across on rocks) then went south on the Middle Harbour Creek Track. This is a wild area, with great forests and cliffs alongside the mighty Middle Harbour Creek. A lot of the path was rough or sandy and some had blockages (not all from the recent storms) and several spots had tight squeezes through rocks. Stepping Stone Crossing would have been difficult to cross without getting wet (note the goog map has it wrong, Middle Harbour Creek Track and the connecting Governor Phillip Track are entirely on the east side of the creek and the stepping stones are only necessary to get to the Bungaroo Track). Shortly after this and 2 hours after leaving St Ives, we gave up and took the steep road up to Davidson - any exit will require a steep climb to the suburbs on the hills. So worth it though - there are few areas of Sydney this wild.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 12 فبراير 2020
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nick164
سيدني, أستراليا2,152 مساهمة
أكتوبر 2019
‪I'm fairly active, and have experienced many Sydney & Blue Mountains bush tracks. This part-day track this is definitely one for the more experienced bush walkers. With the exception of the last section, from Flat Rock Beach to Davidson Park, the trail very uneven, obstructed with fallen branches & over grown in parts, and a bit water logged in others. That said, it affords some stunning harbour views, and is certainly off the beaten track whilst still close to Sydney CBD.

As for the route - starting at Seaforth Oval carpark near the info sign for the park, take the Timber Getters track, followed by the Bay Track, the Bluff Track, the Natural Bridge Track, the Currie Road Track, the Bates Creek Track, the Magazines Track, and finally the Flat Rock Beach Track to Davidson Park. As of Oct 2019 most of the Flat Rock Beach Track is closed and you're diverted via Killarney Drive & Drumcliff Avenue and rejoin at the Downpatrick Road entrance.

Generally, it's pretty well signed - but would still recommend having a printed map or one downloaded to your phone.

In terms of the highlights, lots of Australian wildlife to see (including Echidnas, Parakeets, Cockatoo and Kookaburras), a very enjoyable bush, creek & harbour, the view from the Bluff over Bantry Bay, and the abandoned explosives storage facility on the bay.

Tips,
1. If you're not up for the larger walk why not cheat and just take in the Bluff Lookout by approach it from Forestville - a very short, easier, track.
2. Visiting on a week day late morning I didn't pass anyone on the whole 9km route. As such you may come across the occassional spider's web, so would advise picking up a stick to clear your way (and indeed support you over the more ruged terrain).‬
كُتب بتاريخ 21 أكتوبر 2019
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stinkwink
سيدني, أستراليا7,389 مساهمة
زوجان • أبريل 2018
‪Probably the location is the main attractiveness of Garigal N.P. In March, last year we walked there - and several other times - and since we never take any intention to check the name of the path we are on, now I called my photos to help me. We were wondering around quite extensively, usually starting from St Ives. My partner walked in that area so many times that he is always able to locate and direct himself, without knowing the name of the service tracks. Years ago, when there was a big bushfire, he even helped the firemen, how to get their aim most quickly. Of course, if you don’t have an expert guide like me, better if you carry a map with you, which you can download from the Internet.
My friend is interested in bull ants; this is the reason for his walks. Both of us are fascinated with the wildlife the wildflowers, and every other beauty that nature can offer. Luckily in Garigal N. P., everyone can find some amusement. Besides we met with different kind of bull ants, sometimes we have seen monitor lizards, and one day, when we stayed till darkness, at the edge of the N. P., I noticed a tawny frogmouth on a tree.
On the first-day we followed the Upper Cambourne track from Cambourne Ave in the outskirts St Ives to Garigal N. P. then we traversed to the Lower Cambourne Track, that gently undulating down to the valley, and on the way, we were crossing a creek. Failed hopes, no water dragons around there, but in exchange, we have seen trickling streams, unusual rocks, and various wildflowers. We also could absorb the characteristic scent of Australian forests, which is so different from European.
There were some uphill and downhill, but all in all this walk wasn’t an exhaustive exercise.
Next day we stretched our legs on the Cascades trail because we heard that if we sit very quietly on the rock platform at the Cascades, sometimes a water dragon also visits the place. We never were that lucky, but the soothing sound of tumbling tiny waterfalls compensated us. To get to the Cascades trail, first, we walked down on the Heath and Bare Creek paths. The Heath trail starts on Ralston Avenue, Belrose. It’s shared in between horse riders, mountain bikers, and walkers. Sometimes the walk isn’t easy on the descending trail with sharp turns. It was designed mostly for riders (Tomb Raider), who intimidatingly saddling their unruly bikes, and other riders sitting on placid horses. Luckily most of the time we had the whole footway for ourselves. Whenever we walked in Garigal, it showed us some new hidden beauty. All we had to do, just step off the beaten track have a look behind a rock or a shrub, and there was an exciting insect or a hiding flower. If you love nature, you never can get disinterested during a bushwalk, and never can get enough of it. Day after day, if you have the opportunity, you have to go again and again. You just never get bored of Garigal.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 8 يناير 2019
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kerry c
Sydney, Australia295 مساهمة
بمفردك • يوليو 2018
‪I wanted to do the loop from the Roseville Bridge to Carroll ck and back,but even though Im quite an experienced bushwalker,I got lost trying to cross the creek(I think).
The track is narrow in places high above the river and quite overgrown,especially with those tussocks of sword grass,and lots of storm debris.
I think either the NPWS has run out of money or they dont want you to do much walking.
Its not worth the $8 parking fee especially as I felt I was actually helping to make the track.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 19 يوليو 2018
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Graham L
‪Balgowlah‬, أستراليا170 مساهمة
بمفردك • مايو 2018
‪The third section of the Harbour to Hawkesbury Track starts from Roseville Bridge and heads north via the Lyrebird Track, Carrol Creek Track, Governor Phillip Walk, Middle Harbour Track, Cascades Track and Upper Crambourne Trail to St Ives. Fairly flat most of the way beside the Middle Harbour and Carrol Creeks until you head up the Upper Crambourne Trail to exit the Garigal Park into suburbia. 31/2 hours walking and elevation gain of 338m.

Pleasant walking through eucalypts and listening to bird song beside the water. Stop at The Cascades, an expanse of sandstone where the creek flows over the rocks near the end of the Cascades Track‬
كُتب بتاريخ 7 يوليو 2018
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Graham L
‪Balgowlah‬, أستراليا170 مساهمة
بمفردك • مارس 2018
‪A great walk on part of the Harbour to Hawkesbury Track through a variety of bushland down from Seaforth Oval to Bantry Bay, up to The Bluff and down past the old Explosives Depot then along the path on the edge of Middle Harbour through beautiful old Sydney Red Gums to the Roseville Bridge. Need to walk up to Forestville to get transport out. ‬
كُتب بتاريخ 27 مارس 2018
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AdeleinOz
Sydney, New South Wales, Australiaمساهمة
العائلة • مايو 2014
‪A short drive from Dee Why beach. This national park is a quiet and relaxing place to get away from it all. The moment you arrive you will be impressed by the parks national beauty. The park offers sensational water and bush views and makes a great spot to have a BBQ or picnic with family and friends.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 11 أكتوبر 2014
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