Mt Kembla Ring Trail is a 3.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips.

Length3.4 miElevation gain380 ftRoute typeLoop
Kid friendlyHikingNature tripsWalkingForestViewsNo dogs
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Aaron Wilson
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RunningMuddy

Was nice for a trail run. If I were to do again as a hike I would probably only do the first 1km as an out and back as that is a nice walk through the forest. After that it’s all fire trail, and finishes with 1km on the road.

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Ashleigh Pye
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Hiking

We had a great time this morning. took us 1 hour twenty with a few water breaks. it was pretty muddy along the mountain track, but once on the fire trail it was pretty good. be mindful that you have to walk 1.5 km along the road at the end.

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Paul Kalan
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Hiking

This is a great little track but the climb definitely gets the heart rate up! Leads to a great view. Short at only 3km, but you can also add the ring track for a few extra km’s.

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dani vo-k
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Hiking

walked in a heavy must - trail gorgeous. more fire trail than I had expected - but it's obvious on the map.

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Cate Tierney
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HikingGreat!Rocky

The trail was beautiful, you have to walk down rock stairs which are a little steep, but the bush was beautiful & all I could were birds chirping, it’s walk for teens & adults

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Jade G
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Wei Han
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Ram C. Khanal
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Hiking

Beautiful trail, birds chirping throughout.

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Lish Lawrence
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Great trail, such a beautiful walk in nature. Can’t find the answer to this though-at the bottom after you cross the little wooden bridge and end up on the gravel road-when you go right and walk a little bit there is a metal gate and run down buildings full of graffiti. Was a locked gate but could get through as others had trashed it. Keen to known what these buildings once were for-they are still standing but smashed up and full of graffiti. Don’t venture on your own...eerie feeling...the rainforest walk was awesome in itself!

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Barefoot Bushwalker
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Hiking

Nice easy trail showing a more lush side of Mt. Kembla with some beautiful rainforest. Enjoyed a lot of birdsong on my walk. The fire trail section was a bit of a test for my barefoot bushwalking, was quite rocky, but I made I through.

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Michael Garside
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Hiking

Great walk and we took the recommendation of starting in reverse. Nice climb at the end.

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Aimee Garside
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Hiking

Great walk. We did it backwards and the 100 little steps at the back were loads of fun (insert sarcasm here). The track was mostly shaded which was great, good tracks. Took us 1 hour.

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Alice Willingham
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Hiking

I'd recommend doing this in reverse, to save the beautiful forest walk for the end - otherwise it starts off amazing and ends with a road walk. Other than that it's a pretty walk, very easy along the service road and main road, a bit slippery in the trees due to the huge amount of debris from all the recent wind, but the trail is still easy to follow.

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yearofthepicnic yearofthepicnic
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Hiking

As Roger K already stated, start at the Windy Gully end and follow a service trail until you get to a sign for both the ring track and the summit. This becomes a single trail which you can follow to the summit or simply come out at the road. To get back to the starting point we just followed the road back.

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Kacey Graham
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HikingBlowdown

Not a bad walk. There were loads of palms scattered on the gully floor which made the track difficult to follow. Most of the walk is on a service trail.

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Roger K
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Hiking

This trail is best done in reverse from the Windy Gully end if you are taking in the summit also . Follows the old ais water line to the old mine surface area on the southern end. Going back to Mt Kembla off to the right is a beautiful view of what can be described as a amphitheatre of the side of the mountain with a palm jungle before you head to the base of the summit track.

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Holly Benstead
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Hiking

What a beautiful walk. The trail is well marked and clean.

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Dames Hammond
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First to Review

walk it in reverse and save the fun climb til the end.

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Nellie Hall
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marcello viselli
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sharon pechey
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Rebecca Finnigan
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Andie Stuart
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Liz Walsh
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Melissa Thompson
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Tania Murphy
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Tania Murphy
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Gunjan Chhaya
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Victoria Heaton
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