Great North walk - Brisbane Water National Park

Built in 1988 to celebrate Australia’s bicentennial year, Great North walk is a 250 kilometre bushwalking track linking the Sydney CBD with the Hunter Valley and Newcastle. The track passes through a number of national parks, including Brisbane Water National Park (for 34 kilometre), and is undoubtedly one of the best walks in NSW.
The walk offers something for everyone. If you’re walking with children you can choose an easy section of the track, and if you’re feeling energetic you can choose an overnight walk, or a more challenging section to hike. Whichever way you choose to walk this iconic track, you will definitely enjoy spectacular views, a scenic landscape and the sounds of native birds and wildlife.

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