Time Out Sydney is your one stop guide to dining, culture and enjoying the good life in Sydney. With a following of almost 400 thousand on Social Media, they are definitely the experts on Sydney experiences.
Recently Time Out shared an article for the best easy day hikes near Sydney. Six walks made the cut, including the Jibbon Loop Track in Royal National Park. As well as the Perimetre Trail to Wilkins Lookout in Sydney’s North.
But perhaps travellers should trek a little further south to the Macarthur region’s picturesque, Dharawal National Park. With a variety of walks including the easy stroll to O’Hare’s Creek Lookout. Not to mention the serene meander down to sacred Minerva Pool. It was the slightly more challenging Jingga Trail that made the final six.
“This short but steep trek through Dharawal National Park is a great walk any time of the year, but for those who are partial to a dip when the warmer months come around, this trail really comes into its own in summer.”
The Dharawal National Park is one of the newest National Parks in Australia. Home to an abundance of native plants and animals, including Koala’s. The Park is situated only 15 minutes from Campbelltown, or should we say Koalatown. The area is home to over 300 disease free Koalas who call Dharawal and the Georges River Nature Reserve home.