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End Peak walking track is a 3.2km, grade 5 Return hike located in the Ulidarra National Park, NSW. The hike should take approximately 1.5hrs to complete.
If you’re looking to experience nature and get away from it all for a few hours, End Peak walking track is for you. A short drive from Coffs Harbour, and within moments you’ll be surrounded by a rich tapestry of vibrant green colours.
This challenging escarpment walk traverses old-growth blackbutt forest, tall wet forests and rainforests. There are a few steep sections of track, but they just add to the adventure and the challenge. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy picnicking from the highest point in Ulidarra National Park, with filtered glimpses of Coffs Harbour.
There’s plenty of native wildlife to admire along the way, including koalas and an abundance of birdlife, so if you enjoy birdwatching, keep your binoculars handy. Ulidarra National Park is home to 125 bird species, so you’re bound to see something colourful along the way, such as the beautiful satin bowerbird.
About the Region
Ulidarra National Park in the North Coast region
Ulidarra National Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.
End Peak walking track starts at Sealy lookout in Bruxner Park Flora Reserve. To get there:From Coffs Harbour, travel north on the Pacific Highway for approximately 5km.Turn left onto Bruxner Park Road and wind your way up the escarpment past the banana farmsTurn left at Scenic Road and continue to Sealy lookoutThe walk starts to the west of the picnic area and finishes in Ulidarra National Park Parking Parking is available at Sealy lookout in Bruxner Park Flora Reserve, including several designated disabled spots.
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.