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Nadgee Wilderness Track is a 39.6 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Wonboyn, New South Wales, Australia that offers scenic views and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

Distance: 39.6 miles Elevation Gain: 2,667 feet Route Type: Point to Point




nature trips


bird watching


A 3-day crossing of the beaches, heath-lands, forest and magnificent sand dunes of the Nadgee-Howe wilderness, where you will scarcely meet another soul.

7 months ago

Just finished this incredible hike a couple weeks ago and definitely recommend it. For those wondering about the river crossing in Mallacoota, we crossed at low tide and the water level was less than waist height with no strong current. We were a bit uncertain about crossing before we got there because there's not much information online about the feasibility of crossing it, but decided we wouldn't book the boat and just risk it. This was a great decision in the end because it took us 1min to cross with our packs on and it was a breeze. We crossed at the Mallacoota end of the channel. I'm not sure how high the water gets at high tide, but if you cross at low tide it's easily done as of December 2019.

Mon May 28 2018

As described. We did it with the kids, youngest 11, in 5 days. Challenging, but beautiful. Sea eagles, Osprey and Wedgies hunting ducks were a highlight. So were the dolphins. Plan carefully, as per parks guidelines, for water. We found fresh water at Table creek, the bunyip hole and flowing from the rocks at Cape Howe. Also at lake Barracoota, though some evidence of questionable toileting practice made us collect it well away from camp. We filtered it too.

9 months ago

Tue Dec 11 2018