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Brisbane Water National Park is located only 40km north of the Sydney CBD, containing some 12 000 hectares of wilderness along the Hawkesbury River and Broken Bay. This area was important for the original Aboriginal owners (Gurringai) and for the first European settlers.

The park contains areas rich in Aboriginal engravings and art, tool grinding groves, etc. One of these areas is the Bulgandry site, just off the Woy Woy Road. This site is found on a large rock surface not far from the road.

The park protects varying forest types, heath and mangrove areas. Found in the park are wallabies, koalas, echidnas, platypus, possums, gliders and many bird species.





Sommersby Falls:

Visit my Sommersby Falls page at:


Bulgandry Aboriginal Site:

The Bulgandry Aboriginal Site is well worth a visit while in the Brisbane Water National Park. The site is off Woy Woy Road, not far from Kariong.


Staples and Warrah Lookout:

Staples and Warrah Lookouts are located on Woy Woy Road and Patonga Road respectively. The Patonga region is very scenic and a trip down to Patonga is very worthwhile after visiting the lookouts.


Great North Walk:

The Great North Walk also passes through Brisbane Water National Park. Visit my Great North Walk page at:




ABOVE: Central Coast


ABOVE: Footage at Warrah Lookout


ABOVE: Piles Creek Loop Walk


ABOVE: Staples - Wondabyne Loop


ABOVE: Brisbane Water Kayak Tour


ABOVE: Piles Creek Loop Walk


ABOVE: Pindar Cave

ABOVE: Kariong Brook Waterfall


ABOVE: Patonga Creek Kayak Tour





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