Three Views Walking Track is a 9km, grade 3 return hike located in the Morton National Park, NSW. The hike should take approximately 3hrs to complete.
As its name suggests, Three Views walking track incorporates three cliff-edge viewing points, each boasting a different sight.
Three views walking track is a easy walk with gradual slight sloping tracks, but mainly flat. There are unfenced cliffs so take care.
Follow the Brooks Plateau and Moolatoo Trig fire trails through open woodlands and heath to viewing points. Take in the beautiful views of Lake Yarrunga, Tallowa Dam and the Shoalhaven River and gorges, and wonderful wildlife.
The track’s almost completely flat, so it’s suitable for all fitness levels. An abundance of wildlife also makes this a great track for walking with older children, though you might find you need to break it up into smaller sections.
Three views walking track is in the eastern Kangaroo Valley section of Morton National Park. To get there from Kangaroo Valley village turn left into Mount Scanzi Road, which becomes Tallowa Dam Road. Continue for 20kms until you see 60kph sign and low gate in a cutting on the left side of road. Parking is available on opposite side of the road from the track start. Walk begins at the Tallowa Dam Road.
Parking is available on Tallowa Dam Road, a short walk from the beginning of the Three Views walking track
No water supply along track or in parking area so you will need to take your own.
Max elevation: 326 m
Min elevation: 298 m
Total climbing: 112 m
Total descent: -113 m
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Hike contributed by Lou-Ellen Varty