The Keith Longhurst Reserve is a 76 hectare bushland reserve with significant scenic and cultural values. It is part of the Georges River Nature Reserve. Formerly known as The Basin Reserve, there are mp formal picnic facilities or amenities however the area offers a number of walking trails leading down to the Georges River. The Basin Walking Trail and the Old Ford Road Walking Trail, which is an historic road built in the 1880's to cross the Georges River. With a popular scenic waterhole showcases a small waterfall feature.
- The Basin Walking Track is a two kilometre return walk. The grade is medium though it does have steep sections and parts of it are a loose and rocky unsealed surface.
- The Old Ford Road Walking Track is a 2.6 kilometre return walk. The grade is medium though it does have steep sections and parts of it are a loose and rocky unsealed surface.
Click here to download a copy of the Georges River Bushwalking Guide. Alternatively contact the Campbelltown Visitor Information Centre to receive a copy.
NOTE: The George’s River Nature Reserve is home to a healthy Koala population. To ensure their safety always keep your dog on a lead and pick up all droppings before leaving.