Explore stunning hiking trails of Bungonia National Park

Discover the diverse trails of Bungonia National Park, New South Wales, offering hikes and walks for all skill levels and interests. Find your perfect adventure today.

Grade 4

White Track Bungonia (5.5km)

Grade 4

Red Track Bungonia (4.5km)

Grade 2

Orange Track Bungonia (2.2km)

Grade 3

Yellow Track Bungonia (4.2km)

Grade 3

Green Track Bungonia (6.7km)

Grade 2

Molly O’Neill Nature Track Bungonia (800m)

Bungonia National Park: Adventure Awaits in Southern New South Wales

Located approximately 190 kilometres southwest of Sydney and 140 kilometres northeast of Canberra, Bungonia National Park offers a diverse range of adventures for all levels of experience. Nicknamed the “adventure capital of the Southern Tablelands,” this park transforms from a seemingly dry plateau into a wonderland of dramatic landscapes and hidden surprises.

Whether you’re seeking a leisurely stroll through woodlands or a challenging climb up a limestone cliff, Bungonia National Park has something for you. Start your exploration at the park office to discover the perfect trail for your needs. The Molly O’Neil track offers a short walk to The Lookdown lookout, while Adams Lookout provides stunning panoramic views of the Bungonia Slot Canyon. Imagine packing a picnic lunch and embarking on a day hike through this awe-inspiring canyon!

For the truly adventurous, Bungonia boasts over 200 wild caves waiting to be explored. However, tackling these caves requires experience and proper equipment.

Beyond caving, Bungonia National Park offers a variety of activities including rock climbing, canyoning, canoeing, and abseiling. There are also designated picnic areas perfect for relaxing and enjoying the scenery.

Looking for the best hikes in Bungonia National Park? Trail Hiking Australia has a comprehensive list of walking, hiking, and running trails suitable for all abilities.