Brisbane Water National Park
About Brisbane Water National Park
The Brisbane Water National Park is a great place to visit if you're looking for some outdoor activities. There's plenty of space, and it has ancient Aboriginal rock engravings that date back thousands upon thousand of years!
Visiting the park is a great way to escape from reality and explore nature. With over 160 km of trails, there's something for everyone at this scenic spot! Enjoy panoramic views along with ancient Aboriginal engravings sites that date back thousands upon thousand years ago - all without leaving your vehicle behind because parking lot access roads lead right up into it too! The fishin’ lagoon will give you some exercise while trying out different available tools.
What to do at Brisbane Water National Park
The Brisbane Water National Park is a haven for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. With its 11,506-hectare (28 thousand acres) area, it provides an opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustles of city life while still being close enough that you can enjoy all they have going on in your backyard!
The walk to Pindar Cave on the escarpment above Wondabyne railway station can be easily accessed by public transport. This is one of many interesting walks that will vary in difficulty, but all are appetizing for your feet with their pleasant smells and scenic views! Some other great trails near here include The Great North Walk, which leads from Sydney right down into Newcastle - this path also passes through our beautiful park; if you're looking for something more challenging, try climbing up.
The lush green scenery offers visitors colourful spring wildflowers and ancient Aboriginal engravings sites with spectacular views of mountain ranges nearby as well! You'll find fishing spots that are perfect for those who love their outdoor lifestyle; it also has walking trails so you can take advantage of these natural assets while getting some fresh air at a leisurely pace.
One local company that is involved in this tourist attraction is:
Address: 56 Narara Valley Dr, Narara NSW 2250
Telephone: (02) 9064 2829