Pigeon House Mountain Didthul walking track Trail Hiking Australia
  • Length: 5km

  • Duration: 3hrs

  • Grade: 4

  • Style: Return

  • Start: Pigeon House Walking Track, Yadboro

  • End: Pigeon House Walking Track, Yadboro

  • Location: Morton National Park

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  • Distance from CBD: 257 km

  • State: NSW

  • Latitude: -35.3590970333333

  • Longitude: 150.266133473334

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Pigeon House Mountain Didthul walking track is a 5km, grade 4 Return hike located in the Morton National Park, NSW. The hike should take approximately 3hrs to complete.

Summary

Pigeon House Mountain Didthul walking track is one of the best walks in Morton National Park and on the south coast. The walk is in the park’s southern section. The walk is pretty steep in parts, but terrific views make it worthwhile. You’ll hike through forest, heathland and age-old sandstone before coming to the best part – negotiating a series of ladders that lead you to the summit and the view. Take in the captivating sight of cliffs and gorges within the Budawang Wilderness, all carved by the Clyde River. On clear days, you may be able to see as far as Jervis Bay and Bermagui. You might even spot a lyrebird along the final portion of the track, where you can also check out rare Pigeon House Ash eucalypts. Enjoy some lunch at the top of the mountain, or head back down to the picnic area at the start of the walk for a well-deserved lunch. Take a virtual tour of Pigeon House Mountain Didthul walking track captured with Google Street View Trekker.

About the Region

Morton National Park in the South Coast and Country NSW regions
Morton National Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger. Parts of the south-eastern area of this park were once used for military training and may contain unexploded artillery shells. These areas have restrictions in place for your safety.
9am to 5pm daily. Closed Christmas Day.

Getting There

Pigeon House Mountain, Didhul walking track is in the southern section of Morton National Park. To get there: From Milton, turn off Princes Highway, following signs marked ‘Pigeon House’ (this will take you along Croobyar Road, Woodstock Road and Yadboro Road). The walk begins in the picnic area off Yadboro Road. Road quality The road to Pigeon House Mountain Didthul can become boggy when it rains – check the weather before setting out. Parking Parking is available at the beginning of the Pigeon House Mountain Didthul walking track, next to Pigeon House Mountain Didthul picnic area.

Tips

It’s best to walk this track in dry weather as it is very steep and involves some ladders, you’ll also enjoy better views.
The Budawangs is a declared wilderness area and to protect the environment there are some restrictions on group sizes, firewood use and camping locations, including camping in rock overhangs. Please refer to the Guidelines for walking in the Budawang Wilderness.


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.