Enjoy a scenic bushwalk this winter
Published on 29 May 2019
Immerse yourself in nature this winter during the picturesque Waterfall Walk in West Pennant Hills.
It’s one of 12 bushwalks The Hills Shire Council is encouraging residents and visitors to try in 2019.
“This walk will take you through some of the prettiest scenery in The Hills,” Mayor of the Hills Shire, Dr Michelle Byrne said.
“With vibrant wildflowers and a waterfall at the end, this bushwalk is definitely worth the effort.
“Be sure to pack your camera to snap some memorable pictures of our beautiful Shire.
“There is also a newly refurbished playground and picnic tables at Richard Webb Reserve, perfect for a picnic lunch with family or friends,” Mayor Byrne added.
During the Waterfall Walk, bushwalkers can discover:
- Tall Blue Gums
- Sandstone gullies
The Waterfall Walk is approximately 3.4 kilometres in length and should take around one and a half hours to two hours to complete.
Please note this moderate grade bushwalk will take you down graded fire trails and bush tracks.
There is also an optional steep climb and descent.
To find out more, visit The Hills Shire Council website at www.thehills.nsw.gov.au and search ‘Bushwalks in The Hills’.