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this was a great walk with good views of the bay. not to busy midweek.

It’s sandy pathway with up and down. There’s a steep step just past the Burrabong Creek sign but overall it’s relatively an easy trail. It’s a bit of a walk to Cape Schanck so make sure to bring water and some light food. Did a detour to the beach on the way back and the view was breathtaking!

Great scenery and wildlife.

1 day ago

Excellent views from the top, well worth the climb. I continued on past the trig point, to about 1km before the gap, and made my way down the south side then walked back to the Stuart Hwy. A good 14km hike!

Challenging track for the first 3.5 km, muddy, slippery and a few rocks and exposed trees roots. Track then becomes easier up to the summit. At the top a climb of the tower is a must to give you the best view. The return hike is at times challenging due to the slippery surface but should be a quicker return to the starting point. Will be back, loved the hike.

1 day ago

this trail ends in nice views over Canberra

1 day ago

Worth it for the views. Recommend going early. Up and down in 30mins.

1 day ago

A great trail, open for business. Almost 18 km loop (according to Map My Fitness) but worth it for the waterfalls. Managed to avoid the leeches.

2 days ago

I only did the small loop of the trial. I'll come back and so the larger link another day. I wasn't to keen that most of the trail was a gravel road. it's not nice to walk on otherwise it's pretty easy, flat. nothing exciting to view really bring on water

2 days ago

I only did the small loop of the trial. I'll come back and so the larger link another day. I wasn't to keen that most of the trail was a gravel road. it's not nice to walk on otherwise it's pretty easy, flat. nothing exciting to view really bring on water

Most beautiful views from the top of the Waite Loop, wasn’t really sure where to park but if you walk up through the Uni campus there is a clear start and end point. Some very narrow trails on steep hills but not difficult at all.

Lots of friendly people along the way, went on a Tuesday early afternoon so really quiet and peaceful. Beautiful scenery and the cave is stunning. Super easy walk along a track, nice for any level just to see the cave and waterfall.

well worth the falls

2 days ago

Spotted a few kangaroos and a local made fun of me for stopping to take pictures since “they are everywhere, mate.” Great views from the top as well.

Really nice trail but some very tough stretches and other spots where it wasn’t clear where to go. Longer than I expected (over 20km) and took longer than expected as well (extra kms=extra time). Still enjoyed it.

2 days ago

Well kept trails with fantastic views. Took a little over an hour and a half with plenty of photo breaks in between.

2 days ago

Not an impressive waterfall.

challenging at times but my favourite track to date. would love to do it again.

no shade
off trail
2 days ago

the “path” is loose rocks for majority of it and can be unstable. the views at the top are totally worth the hike and if you are lucky, no one else will be there as majority go to bluff knoll.

3 days ago

Great hike/climb, I did this with a group last Saturday 18/5/2019, started with 10 summited with 5, the scramble up through the gap too the first summit was to daunting for them. We started in the afternoon about 3pm reached the summit around 5:30pm just missed the sunset by about 20 minutes, was dark about 10-15 minutes later, it was a full moon, but still needed headlamps for the hike down, fantastic views of the cliffs reflecting the moon light. Got off track a couple of times but soon picked it up again. ( I put glow sticks out on the way up, and collected them on the way down) Hit the carpark about 8:30 pm This was my third time, but first night hike.

I have been hiking this trail at least once a year for the last 10 years or so, great water hole, can be a bit cool at first but after about 10 minutes or so your body will become accustomed, the walk in can be a little tricky underfoot, so shoes with good ankle support a must. It's a bit up and down with a few creek crossings, but unless there has been heavy rain they are mostly dry. This is a great hike for kids if they have a reasonable fitness level and heaps of energy. You maybe lucky and even spot a Goanna or two.

Lovely Autumn walk a little muddy after the rain. Beautiful lush flora gorgeous trees and ferns. Great little walk for a young family

Nice little hike. Fun to do with kids.

Great trail, first 2k was a bit tricky, specially for the young kids. Wouldn’t take kids younger then 5. Nice views though! We circled back to the beach via the highway and Kangaroo road. Nice way to make it around 6k.

Super nice trail. First bit is nice and rough, last bit has lots of little birds to listen to and search for. I think it’s medium-hard

No dogs or pets allowed on trail, but lovely walk to do up and around the headland with stunning views of the neighbouring beaches. Recommend a swim in the Tallebudgera creek on the headland side after, particularly during high tide or early in the morning.

I like this

on Barrington Tops Plateu Track

3 days ago

A Great 2 day hike with pleanty of spots for camping along the way. The start of the hike to junction pools is a seasonal 4wd road.

Awesome enjoyable walk nothing too stressful. Great views over the Dam. Highly recommend for all fitness levels. Good footwear is essential for the loose and rocky parts of the trail.

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