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Bushwalking Adventures in the Beautiful Hawkesbury!

The Hawkesbury region offers a variety of bushwalking tracks for outdoor enthusiasts. Whether you’re a novice or an experienced hiker, there’s something for everyone. Located so close to Sydney, it is a hidden gem!

The Hawkesbury region boasts beautiful world heritage locations, impressive rivers and more national parks than any other part of Sydney. The Hawkesbury is cradled by four gigantic parks – the Blue Mountains National Park to the west, Yengo and Dharug National Parks to the north and the mighty Wollemi National Park to the north-west. These parks provide a stunning backdrop for walking.

Bushwalking allows you to connect with nature, plus the serene environment, the crisp fresh air, and natural vistas gives you the opportunity to enjoy a break from the hustle and bustle of busy life.

Bushwalking delivers an opportunity to spend time with friends and family. Sharing an experience with others enhances the enjoyment and heightens the fun of exploration. People love to see new places. Bushwalking takes them to unspoiled environments, hidden trails, and scenic vistas that they might not encounter otherwise. And of course there are some spectacular spots for that enviable Instagram post!

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Many people head up to the Blue Mountains to go hiking but we think the bushwalks around the Hawkesbury region are just as good!

You can explore foothills, gorges, valleys, and lookouts. Some areas you may cover during your hikes include the Colo River, Wisemans Ferry, Bowen Mountain, Grose Vale, and Mount Wilson.

We suggest investing in copies of the “Best Bushwalks Around the Hawkesbury” Editions 1 and 2, available from the Hawkesbury Visitor Information Centre in Richmond. These popular guides have been written by a local with over 35 years of bushwalking experience in Australia and overseas. Walks are suitable for beginners to experts.

The Hawkesbury Visitor Information Centre is located across from the RAAF Base Richmond at 328 Hawkesbury Valley Way Richmond or by telephoning the centre on 02 4560 4620 (9-4pm 7 days a week).

Check out this additional resource on the Hawkesbury Visitor Information Centre website: It will help plan your day out in the bush – the article outlines suggestions and is a guide for what to take on a daywalk. Remember to check the National Parks website for any trail closures before heading out also.

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