Middle Harbour Creek Loop
  • Length: 15.1km

  • Duration: 5 hrs 45 mins

  • Grade: 5

  • Style: Circuit

  • Start: 40A Babbage Road, Roseville Chase

  • End: 40A Babbage Road, Roseville Chase

  • Closest Town: Forestville

  • Location: Garigal National Park

  • Distance from state capital: 16.9 km

  • State: NSW

  • Latitude: -33.7670047328

  • Longitude: 151.1996366909

Trail Access

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Entry Fee

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Drinking Water

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Middle Harbour Creek Loop is a 15.1km, grade 5 Circuit hike located in Garigal National Park New South Wales. The hike should take approximately 5 hrs 45 mins to complete.

Summary

This walk explores the upper reaches of Middle Harbour Creek starting and ending at the great parklands at Davidson Park in Garigal National Park. There are plenty of nice spots along the way to rest and enjoy the views. There are several sandstone overhangs plenty of water views and most of the walk enjoys shade from the surrounding bushland. This walk is graded so high because of a tricky creek crossing (Rocky Creek) and the faint section of track afterwards.


Download maps and tracknotes for Middle Harbour Creek Loop hiking track from wildwalks.com.