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Boggy Creek walk is an easy, short walk that allows you to meander through the rainforest at your leisure between Minyon falls and Rummery Park campground in Whian Whian State Conservation Area.
The walk is a great one for the kids and is popular throughout the seasons. In the cooler months, it's much quieter and you might even find you have the area all to yourself.
Along the way, you can relax by swimming in the many pools near the creek side section of the walk. This area is lovely; large turpentine trees, water gums and brushbox line the creek, as well as blackbutts and flooded gum.
Stop for lunch at Rummery Park campground or head back and take in the breathtaking views at Minyon Falls lookout, where Repentance Creek plunges over 100m, flowing down over enormous cliffs that were once part of the Tweek Volcano. If you still feel like walking, Minyon Falls walking track starts from Minyon Falls.
Boggy Creek walk starts at Minyon Falls lookout in the eastern precinct of Nightcap National Park. To get there:From the eastern park entrance (via Rosebank):Follow Minyon Drive to Minyon Falls picnic areaIt is a short walk from the carpark to the lookoutFrom the southern park entrance on Nightcap Range Road (via Dunoon):Follow Nightcap Range Road north up to the top of the range, following the signs to Rummery Park campground.Continue on Minyon Drive past Peates Mountain Road, crossing the causeway to Minyon Falls picnic area.It is a short walk from the carpark to the lookout Parking Parking is available at Minyon Falls picnic area. It can be busy during weekends, school and public holidays, so parking might be limited at those times.
It's a good idea to put sunscreen on before you set out and remember to take a hat and drinking water
Remember to take your binoculars if you want to birdwatch
Visit NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service for more information on this trail.
The longitude and latitude of the start and end points are approximately only and should not be used for navigation purposes. Please contact me if you know the correct coordinates.