Flat Rock to Beavens Point Road on the Great North Walk is a 24.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Bungalow Flat, New South Wales, Australia that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Hike past the highest point of the Great North Walk and stay at Basin campsite on your way This is a 2-day hike in fairly tough but very rewarding countryside. FLAT ROCK LOOKOUT TO BASIN CAMP 11.1km (approx) Moderate to Hard South from Flat Rock Lookout crossing Watagan Creek which is a bit tricky after rain as there is no bridge. Walk through pockets of rainforest and then up through Olney State Forest's stands of native timber; past a (2.2 km) spur up Mt Warrawolong and on to the Basin Campsite. BASIN CAMP TO BEAVENS POINT ROAD 13.3km (moderate to hard) From the campsite south along Cedar Brush Track to the trackhead to join Cedar Brush Road as far as its intersection with Beavens Point Road.