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For some decent exercise and a couple of hours of absorbing the delights of Bomaderry Creek, take the She-Oak crossing walk. This trail makes the most of the natural wonders of the park; the hidden gorge with its rock faces and tumbled boulders, the cool rainforest and softly running water, are the perfect accompaniment for this tranquil walk.
Setting out from Bomaderry Creek picnic area you will wander beneath rock overhangs, stride out on the heath, enjoy the wildflowers and keep an eye out for orchids sprouting from the rock crevices. You'll enjoy the birdlife and be sure to watch the creek for fish as they dart through the rock pools.
Best of all, you can enjoy this two-hour walk during any season. Winter is a pleasant time of year on the NSW South Coast and this shady pocket provides shelter, even on hot sunny days. Take a virtual tour of She-Oak crossing walk captured with Google Street View Trekker.
About the region
Bomaderry Creek Regional Park in the South Coast region
Bomaderry Creek Regional Park is always open, but may have to close at times due to wet weather or fire danger.
To Nerang Road carpark. She-Oak crossing walk starts at Bomaderry Creek picnic area in the northern precinct of Bomaderry Creek Regional Park and enters land owned by Shoalhaven City Council. To get there:Drive along the Princes Highway to BomaderryTurn west into Narang Road and park in the carpark approximately 300m along on your leftIt is a 150m walk along a sealed pathway to the picnic areaStart out on Mossy Gully track (a short loop walk along the gorge) and continue on past Mossy Gully along She-Oak crossing walk Park entry points Nerang Road carpark See on map Parking Parking is available on Narang Road. Long vehicles will need to park in the tennis court carpark across the road.
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.