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The track initially leads fairly steeply, Continue straight: From Myron Brook, this walk follows the rocky track west up the steep hill, Turn left: From the intersection, this walk follows the ‘Wondabyne Station’ sign. Continue straight: From the intersection, this walk follows the ‘Great North Walk’ sign around the locked gate to follow the management trail away from the road. This track one of two ways to access America Bay – the other is by boat. Success! The long cone-shaped hill has a rocky top and is home to a trig station. The walk follows sections of the Great North Walk around Mount Wondabyne and the old Bulls Hill Quarry. Total climbing: 76m, This walk takes one of two main tracks down to Mackerel Beach. From the Crosslands Reserve, this walk heads along the Great North Walk via Berowra Waters, Cowan, Jerusalem Bay and onto Brooklyn. The walk climbs over Scopas Peak and passes the Kariong brook falls, before winding to the top of Mt Wondabyne and finishing at the Woy Woy train station, (passing the Woy Woy landfill site). Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Total climbing: 654m. Walkers can enjoy full 360-degree panoramic views from the top. When you catch the train to Wondabyne, let the guard know you want to get off at Wondabyne Station, otherwise the train will not stop. The track passes some old concrete pipes. Be sure to spare some time for a dawdle around the bays on Cowan Creek. From Patonga you will walk up the ridge and take a short side trip to enjoy the wonderful views from Warrah Lookout, before following a series of dirt roads and management trails to Patonga Creek in the heart of the national park. Some of the highlights along this walk are the sandstone cliffs at Fishponds, the great restaurants at Berowra Waters, and the beautiful Jerusalem Bay at Cowan Creek. Be sure to stop at the cafe for a cuppa in Bobbin Head before going home. My thanks to Barry and Ros for helping out today, and also to Matt Mee and Allan Savins for their offered help in the earlier aborted attempts. Breakfast can be organised for an extra fee. A little bit of planning makes every walk more enjoyable. Total climbing: 493m Brooklyn Dam via Great North Walk is a 3.7 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Brooklyn, New South Wales, Australia that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The campsite is not the best, and you will need to carry in water. Continue straight: From the Kariong Brook, this walk follows the track north-west away from the cliffs (initially keeping the waterfall to your right). Total climbing: 1811m, This three day walk follows the Great North Walk from Hornsby Station to Brooklyn, staying overnight at the Crosslands Reserve and the Great North Walk ridge top campsite. This walk, following a section of the Great North Walk, starts from the Wondabyne train station and winds north, into the Brisbane Waters National Park. A 100 km and 100 mile footrace is head each year along a portion of the GNW. Total climbing: 1164m Under this standard, a walk is graded based on the most difficult section of the walk. The campsite is at the bottom of a small (east facing) rock wall and has trees surrounding much of the area, providing some shelter. Note this walk was re-routed in early 2016 to go via the streets of Hornsby Heights. Around 27km of this walk requires no previous bushwalking experience, whilst the remaining 14km requires some bushwalking experience. A short side trip at the end of the walk uses the ferry to cross the creek, to a cafe where you can grab a well deserved ice cream or bite to eat. Whilst another 7km follows a formed track, with some branches and other obstacles and the remaining 390m follows a smooth and hardened path. Re: Great North Walk - Resupply Options Wed 15 May, 2013 2:46 am Brooklyn Dam is probably OK to drink if treated properly - its drainage is all pristine bush - although it does sometimes have a slightly methane smell - probably from the leafy sediment gradually decomposing. Note: There is no car transport option from the end of this walk. Note: There is no car transport option to the start of this walk. Jerusalem Bay is a pretty area, shared by walkers and boaters, and a great place to relax before the walk back up to the station. Hawkesbury River railway station is situated 2 km northeast of Brooklyn Dam North West Campsite. Breakfast not included (but you can grab breakfast from a cafe) PH:(02)9985-7257, Continue straight: From the intersection, this walk follows the footpath down along Dangar Road past the phone box. The first attempt was going to be on the 30th of September, but strong winds put paid to that. It’s all very much appreciated. The walk crosses a few moist and cool gullies and scrambles for a few rocky outcrops. This walk starts from the Girrakool picnic area and winds south, through the Brisbane Waters National Park. After Scopas walk you cross a few pleasant rocky gullies before crossing Piles Creek on the Phil Houghton suspension foot bridge. Veer left: From the intersection, this walk follows the ‘rest area’ sign. Total climbing: 306m, This walk follows a wide trail then a track to the fantastic views from Warrah Lookout. From here, the Great North Walk resumes at Patonga, on the northern side of the river and about 7km downstream around this headland and the next one. This section of the Great North Walk starts from Cowan train station and wanders past the majestic Jerusalem Bay then through to Brooklyn. After a ferry ride to Patonga, this walk climbs to the top of the ridge, reaching even more great views. Total climbing: 51m, This walk starts at the top of the ridge and leads through a field of wildflowers (in spring and early summer), past some panoramic water views and down to Patonga Village for fish and chips. Continue straight: From Warrah car park, this walk follows the road off the sealed section and along the dirt. This small campsite is a signposted rest area, and is about 200m off the Great North Walk, just north of Patonga Drive. This walk explores the main ridge of Brisbane Water National Park. There is no water or other facilities. Apple Tree Bay is also a very pleasant spot to take a break and enjoy the day. Patonga Village is a lovely small township on the Hawkesbury River. Total climbing: 551m, Following Cowan Creek, this walk is one of the most pleasant in the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, with great views over the water as well as nice views from the ridge at Berowra. Starting at Wondabyne railway station, this challenging rough track winds through superb grassy woodlands, rainforest and coastal heath. Around 39km of this walk is not usually affected by severe weather events (that would unexpectedly impact safety and navigation), whilst the remaining 2.5km is affected by storms that may impact your navigation and safety. The track loops around the small community of Mackerel Beach to come back down the beach and return to West Head Rd. You soon discover a fenced lookout platform with amazing views up and down the Berowra Valley. Photo: Abesty, CC BY-SA 3.0. The walk passes over rocky terrain with many spider webs across the track. Turn right: From the clearing (campsite), this walk follows the ‘Mooney Mooney rest area’ sign, Turn right: From the intersection, this walk follows the Mt Wondabyne peak track north-east as it heads uphill directly towards Mt Wondabyne. A great day out or make it an overnighter by camping overnight at Tank Creek or Mt Wondabyne. Wondabyne is situated in Brisbane Waters National Park on the banks of Mullet River, which feeds into the Hawkesbury River north of Brooklyn. Starting on the Tony Doyle Track, this walk passes the old Warrah Trig and then visits Warrah Lookout, a great site. ... Brooklyn Dam via Great North Walk. The walk visits a number of great lookouts and has two worthy side trips, one up to the top of Mt Wondabyne and another to the falls in Kariong Brook. The track winds gently through the bush, with the occasional water glimpse to the right. The alternate route, for more experienced walkers, cuts a fair bit of walking and gets you to the views quicker. Note: There is no car transport option to the start of this walk. The walk gets most of the climbing out of the way quickly. Travel in the last carriage as the platform is very short. Total climbing: 870m. As the track approaches the southern edge of Brisbane Waters national park there are more views, across to Lion island and Barrenjoey head. 25km of this walk has directional signs at most intersection and another 14km is clearly signposted. Jerusalem Bay Track (to Jerusalem Bay and back), Wondabyne to Mooney Mooney Creek Trackhead, Girrakool to Staples Lookout via Kariong Brook Falls, Girrakool to Wondabyne station via Pindar caves, Patonga to Wondabyne station via Mt Wondabyne, Girrakool to Woy Woy station via Mt Wondabyne, Wondabyne to Woy Woy station via Pindar Caves, Wondabyne station to Somersby Store overnight, Patonga to Wondabyne station via Pindar Caves overnight, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park Tourist Map, CMA Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park Tourist Map, Rough track, where fallen trees and other obstacles are likely (4/6), Some bushwalking experience recommended (3/6), Storms may impact on navigation and safety (3/6), Limited facilities (such as cliffs not fenced, significant creeks not bridged) (4/6). Total climbing: 39m, Starting on the Tony Doyle track, this walk passes the old Warrah Trig before enjoying the views from Warrah lookout. A bit further along I came to another side trail with a bit of history. Allow time to relax and enjoy the views. The remaining (2.2km) has minimal directional signs. I’m not sure of the reason for this one’s name, but it’s been an awfully long time since we had a Post Master General’s department. There are shared bathroom facilities. There are some great views before returning the same way back to Pearl Beach. Make a day of it by catching the ferry from Palm beach or Brooklyn and spend some time exploring the township of Patonga. There is an established fire circle and a basic seat. This walk, following a section of the Great North Walk, starts from the Wondabyne train station and winds north, into the Brisbane Waters National Park. Starting from Staples Lookout, on Woy Woy Rd, most of the walking is along the Thommos Loop management trail, except for the last descent into Kariong Brook. This walk mostly follows a section of the Great North Walk. Total climbing: 697m, This Cowan to Brooklyn Station walk is a popular section of the Great North Walk, with scenery ranging from foreshore to ridge top lookouts. The walk then leads along a mix of trails and tracks mostly passing Mt Wondabyne, a worthwhile side trip, before crossing a few gullies with cool creeks and cascades. This walk starts and finishes at Staples Lookout, on Woy Woy Rd. There are bus and ferry services from Patonga. Total climbing: 646m The Anglers Rest: Pub style accommodation on the intersection of Brooklyn & Dangar Rds. At the end of my last post, I pondered some options for crossing the Hawkesbury River from Brooklyn to Patonga and hinted at maybe doing something a little different from what the guide book suggested. This is one of the prettiest multi-day walks in the area. You’ll find the Wondabyne to Patonga and Patonga to Pearl Beach parts of the iconic Great North walk in Brisbane Water National Park. The Great North Walk follows this river as far as Thornleigh and then the Berowra Creek before heading through part of the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park to arrive at Brooklyn, on the Hawkesbury River. Jerusalem Bay, Ku-ring-gai National Park, is a nice bay east of Cowan Station. Continue straight: From the intersection, this walk follows the dirt road north up a long and gentle hill. This section of the Great North Walk starts from Cowan train station and wanders past the majestic Jerusalem Bay then through to Brooklyn. With Barry and Ros Jones available as land crew, the plan was hatched and this morning saw me setting off from Brooklyn’s Parsley Bay just on nine o’clock. There are many such trig stations around Australia, which were used to help in surveying. Continue straight: From the intersection, this walk follows the ‘Great North Walk’ sign around the locked gate to follow the management trail away from the road. Today, though, the only blues were the river and the sky. A nice An optional side trip to Currawong Beach makes a nice addition to this walk. Total climbing: 473m, This pleasant walk follows the Great North Walk from Berowra Station down to Berowra Waters. Veer right: From the intersection, this walk follows the GNW arrow post uphill along the management trail, Turn left: From the intersection, this walk follows the ‘Great North Walk – Direct Route’ sign, Brooklyn is a lovely little village with plenty of holiday style accommodation. The campsite for the night is beside Mooney Mooney Creek. Alternatively, you can catch a water taxi – they generally cost about $100 per group of 4 and need to be booked ahead. 13km of this walk has short steep hills and another 11km has gentle hills with occasional steps. Once I regained my land legs, we headed over the road for some much-needed morning tea. A couple of passing boats created a bit of wash, but otherwise it was easy paddling. The track cuts straight through the bush from West Head Rd to pass historic Aboriginal engravings and a large cliff with a small waterfall, which also gives an impressive view of the bay. Total climbing: 287m, With train station at each end this walk explores the ridges and valleys around Berowra Waters. There are a few options – try Hawkesbury River Water Taxi on 0400 600 111 or Rick on 0448 101 010. This section of the Great North Walk starts from Cowan train station and wanders past the majestic Jerusalem Bay then through to Brooklyn. The path soon passes a plaque and a sign pointing back along the ‘Tony Doyle Track’. Total climbing: 261m. The walk finishes at the Staples Lookout. 25km of this walk is close to useful facilities (such as fenced cliffs and seats) and another 16km has limited facilities (such as not all cliffs fenced). Having bought a kayak at the beginning of 2015, this seemed too good an excuse to get it out on the water and so, with an eye on the tide charts, I began sussing out friends to help with the necessary car shuffle. Important Note: A water taxi service exists between Brooklyn/Patonga/Brooklyn. Note: There is no car transport option from the end of this walk. From left to right, you can see along the escarpment which forms the southern boundary of Brisbane Water National Park, out to the Pacific Ocean, Barrenjoey Headland, West Head, along Cowan Creek, Juno Point and along the escarpment to Patonga. Full screen. Check the whole walk in a few minutes in this video. The eastern side of the creek has a tall sandstone cave and wall. Note: There is no car transport option to the start of this walk. I really enjoyed this hike. Day 2, the track heads over the scenic Mt Wondabyne and around to Wondabyne Station. North of Patonga Drive, the walk zig-zags along several fire trails with frequent side tracks. There are some small trees providing limited shade, a great place to soak up the views. Day 7: Brooklyn to Patonga Posted on October 12, 2016 October 13, 2016 by Jeff Pages At the end of my last post, I pondered some options for crossing the Hawkesbury River from Brooklyn to Patonga and hinted at maybe doing something a little different from what the guide book suggested. Check for park closures, what’s the weather forecast like and don’t forget to let someone know where and when you’re headed. Unless you come by water, the only access is by train, you cannot drive to the start of this walk. While I’ve hiked many segments of this leg over the past two decades, this is the first time I’ve done it … Jul 29, 2012. In Somersby you can use a public phone, enjoy a hot meal and pick up some basic supplies. Warrah Lookout is a mostly fenced lookout on a large sandstone platform. The America Bay track also throws in a waterfall for your enjoyment – from the top of the fall, walkers won’t see much of the fall itself, however the outlook is lovely and the walk very enjoyable. Starting at West Head Rd, the track follows a ridge out to a rocky outcrop where views over the Hawkesbury River and Broken Bay reveal Patonga and Brooklyn. After a ferry ride to Patonga, this walk climbs to the top of the ridge, reaching even more great views. Water is available from Kariong Brook and often from tributaries feeding into the Mooney Mooney Creek, and should be treated before drinking. As I always find when kayaking, once the destination is in sight it seems to take ages for it to come any closer, but ever so gradually it did. Finally a window of opportunity arose on the 12th of October, with a mid-morning outgoing tide and a light westerly wind forecast. Excellent views of the creek can be expected, especially at places like Crosslands and Fishponds. This long day-walk starts from the Girrakool picnic area and works its way south, alongside Piles creek and through the Brisbane Waters National Park. Turn around: From the rest area, this walk heads east along the management trail for about 200m to come to a clear three-way intersection, Turn right: From the intersection, this walk follows the ‘Girrakool’ sign, Continue straight: From the intersection, this walk follows the GNW arrow post, Continue straight: From the rock platform, this walk follows the trail north up the side of the hill. Join Our Newsletter. To catch the train from Wondabyne, wave to the driver. Total climbing: 189m, This track takes you to one of the most iconic views along the the Great North Walk. This re-route is due to the multi-agency decision to close the Fishponds to Steele Bridge section of the Benowie Track. Day 2, the track heads over the scenic Mt Wondabyne and around to Wondabyne Station. 4 KM LOOP - 2 HRS 30 MIN - HARD. ( Log Out /  Starting with a ferry trip from Brooklyn, this walk follows a series of faint tracks, clear tracks and management trails. Total climbing: 2695m, This is a hilly walk out of the beautiful Berowra Waters valley to Cowan Station. The ‘Triangulation station’ (aka trigonometrical or trig station) is a distinct marker once clear of trees, and would have been visible for many kilometers in the area. There are several small cafe/restaurants in the area, good choice for cooked meals. The dam was enlarged six times before 1924, then in in 1989 the dam was added to the expanded Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. The bay is popular with bushwalkers as it is part of the Great North Walk. A side trip to Camp Kariong is also described if you want to take advantage of the well established camping facilities. Great Northern Walk: Mooney Mooney to Patonga is a 15.3 mile point-to-point trail located near Mooney Mooney Creek, New South Wales, Australia that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The walk climbs to the top of Scopas Peak, and down to the Phill Haughton bridge. After about 100m, this walk comes to a clear three-way intersection marked with sign pointing back to ‘Patonga’. The trail is primarily used for hiking, camping, nature trips, and backpacking. Subscribe. From $60 single and $90 a double. Total climbing: 702m. The track then proceeds from both these points, through the Brisbane Waters National Park to the small rural settlement of Somersby. Jerusalem Bay can be accessed by the Hawkesbury River and Broken Bay or from Brooklyn or Cowan Railway Stations. The last part of the walk skirts around the edge of Woy Woy tip, but most of the walk offers great views of the water systems around the park. 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