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Hannah Clark
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Hiking

Awesome track - great views. Relatively easy

Dominic Cooper
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Running

Epic trail with an epic view. Highly recommended for a moderate run with fantastic scenery.

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Remi Morault
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No shade

Very pretty walk. Bring a swimsuit so you can jump in the rock pool after the lookoot. We saw 3 snakes so be careful.

Remi Morault
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Really fun place and the water is not cold. It will get busy around lunch time.

Alma Paguyo Lane
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Hiking

I did this trail to Wilpena Pound lookout in 2012 when we used to live in Adelaide. South Australia is WILD and I miss it!

Simone Schwartz
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Hiking

Good trail, few options to take. Was quite muddy after the rain. We climbed up a little running creek quite muddy Round trip was about an hour

Raylene Heaslip
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awesome, felt it for days

Lee-Anne Kershaw
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Hiking

The walk to the falls was lovely. Continued on to Junction Cabin just over two hours return and about 8kms in total. The falls, while not huge, were beautiful.

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Did this hike today - although closed, don't be deterred. Just need to hop over a few fallen trees. Stunning views from the peak! 6hrs total at a leisurely pace.

Kelsi Emmanuelle
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Hiking

Great and easy trail with nice views however the sound of traffic below Elizabeth lookout was pretty loud. There was plenty of parking space and it is dog friendly. Overall, it was a pleasant outing with lots of little paths to go and explore.

Jie ni H
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Hiking

Difficult rocky ascent and descent. View at the top is worth the hike though. You get a panoramic view of the Stirling Ranges.

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Tom McMeekin
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HikingMuddy

Great walk for the family.

Sharon Clifton-Sprigg
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Lyndall da Silva
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Absolutely stunning, whimsical in parts, amazing views and super easy up and back with no skill required. What this does mean however is that it's very "instagrammable" which means its pretty heavily trafficked with people in fashion attire who aren't really aware or respectful of trail etiquette and littering. But it is what it is. It's an easy walk which usually attracts similar crowds. During the week is your best bet, but in doing so, you will get truck noise the whole way up. In saying all of this however, it is so stunning that not even the crowds and road noise really bothered us. We were actually quite taken by it. Wildlife is teeming also. Absolutely possible for kids to walk if that's what you need. You won't be disappointed if you're prepared for the aforementioned downfalls.

Mara Kurz
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Hiking

4 hours if you wanna take a nap on the top

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Lexou Buron Bibirez
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Hiking

J'ai pu apercevoir plusieurs wallabies en sortant un peu du sentier. Aucun koalas malheureusement.

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Vanessa Hoang
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Prakash Panacea
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Hiking

This is a good family friendly trail. You can enjoy the view while walking along the path.

Carolyn Seuberlich
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Walking

Great easy urban walk around a bay inner Sydney. Plenty of water refill stations, public toilets, cafes and areas to rest and take in the city and bridge views.

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Lexou Buron Bibirez
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Hiking

sympa

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angus verzeilberg
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Hiking

beautiful trail with a nice gradual descent down to the river and a fun little bridge crossing.

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Sam Mak
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HikingMuddyRocky

walk about 3.5 to 4 hours. last flight of stairs after long walk is hard. best to walk from Hornsby to Thornleigh

Suzanne Barr
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Hiking

Evans Crown exploring north to begin with i.e. right turn before top. Then heading south exploring split rock, balancing rock, etc. Finally walking further south and then down Gully to Road.

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Georgia Petti
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Rachael Armstrong
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Magnificent views and worth the effort. Extremely muddy in places but despite the scrambling track to the top basically being a small creek it is surprisingly not slippery. We didnt go around to lake herbert as the track at the fork looked quite dangerous and had washed away in places, however a bit further up track to the summit beyond the fork there is a section to the left off track where there is an easy shortcut to the lake herbert track where its formed and in good condition that we spotted on the way back down. No shade once you pass the tree line so you will need sunscreen and a hat

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