Piles Creek Loop Walk (4.2km)

Brisbane Water National Park

New South Wales


1.5 hrs

Grade 3






Hike overview

Route and GPX file

Trail location


Getting there

About the region

Similar trails nearby

Piles Creek Loop Walk

Western Girrakool Loop Walk (1.1km)

Piles Creek Loop Walk

Somersby & Mooney Mooney Creek Loop Hike (20km)

Piles Creek Loop Walk

Eastern Girrakool Loop Walk (800m)

Piles Creek Loop Walk

Girrakool Loop Track (1.4km)

Explore Safe

Explore Safe

While planning your hike, it’s important to check official government sources for updated information, temporary closures and trail access requirements. Before hitting the trail, check local weather and bushfire advice for planned burns and bushfire warnings and let someone know before you go. Plan ahead and hike safely.

Let someone know

Adventure with peace of mind: Fill out your trip intentions form. Before you hit the trail, fill out an online form to privately send important details about your hike to your family or friends. If you don’t return on time, they can easily alert emergency services, preventing worry and ensuring a swift response. Hike with peace of mind and enjoy your outdoor adventure to the fullest. Be smart, be safe: Register your plans here.

Gear to consider

Hike Planning Checklist

My free planning, food and packing checklists provide an introduction to things your could consider (as well as the Ten Essentials) on your day, overnight and multi-day adventures. Customise your kit according to your personal needs, always considering safety first. 


3 Reviews on “Piles Creek Loop Walk (4.2km)”

Overall rating
  • A nice circuit – much of the track is in shade, and there’s a nice swimming hole at the end (although the swimming hole is not on the market track). Can be combined with Girrakool Loop circuit to make a slightly longer walk.

Leave a Review.

Suggest an edit

Does this hikes information need updating? Sometimes the route, trail features or access conditions change.


Acknowledgement of Country

Piles Creek Loop Walk

Trail Hiking Australia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands on which we hike and pay respects to their Elders, past and present, and we acknowledge the First Nations people of other communities who may be here today.