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Discover south-west Sydney's diverse natural landscapes on this wonderful bushwalk, near Waterfall. Mooray walking track is a moderate half-day hike ideal for experienced bushwalkers, with sweeping heathland views across Heathcote National Park. A favourite among birdwatchers, this signposted track starts via Warrabin Street trail, winding through at times tough terrain, yet rewarding you with glimpses of kingfishers and honeyeaters along the way. You could try to time your walk to coincide with the spring wildflower season; when the banksia, grevillea and hakea erupt with vibrant colours and scent.
Arriving at the end of the track at Heathcote Creek, choose to retrace your steps or head south along Bullawarring walking track and walk back via Kingfisher Pool picnic area for a refreshing swim. Why not make a weekend of it and pitch your tent at Kingfisher Pool campground?
About the region
Visit Heathcote National Park at Waterfall, Sydney for self-sufficient bushwalking or camping. The park is easily accessed from Sydney CBD and Royal National Park, making for a great daytrip. The park consists of 2,679 hectares of woodland, predominantly dry schlerophyll forest on the ridges and low heath in the wetter areas. The Hawkesbury sandstone has been carved up by various watercourses like Heathcote Creek, Kingfisher Creek and Myuna Creek, creating deep valleys. The Hawkesbury sandstone has created a sandy, infertile soil that is typical of the Sydney region.
To Warabin Street, Waterfall. There is no internal public road system in Heathcote National Park.To get to Mooray walking track from Waterfall:Turn right onto Kooraban Street, Waterfall.After the ramp, turn right onto Warabin Street, Waterfall, and park at the end of the street.Walk in via Warabin Street trail (0.7km). You'll see the signposted Bullawarring walking track - follow it for approximately 2.5km before turning right onto Mooray walking track to complete the loop walk back to Waterfall. Park entry points Warabin Street, Waterfall See on map Parking Parking is available along the northern end of Warabin Street in Waterfall.
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.