Hikes & Walks in Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park

Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park is a protected national park, located in the northern part of Sydney. It was established in 1890s and is Australia’s second oldest national park. It lies about 20 to 30 kilometers from Sydney.

The park has three entry points – 1. Bobbin Head Road, 2. Ku-Ring-Gai Chase Road and 3. McCarrs Creek Road.

More information can be found at National Parks website.


Public transport

Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park can be accessed through public transport. There are frequent trains and buses that go till the party entry points. More details and up-to-date information can be found on NSW Transport website.


Entry Fee

The park has an entry fee of AUD 12 per vehicle.

Ku-Ring-Gai National Park

Hike from Mt Ku-Ring-Gai to Berowra

One of the most rewarding hikes in Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National park is the hike from Mt Ku-Ring-Gai to Berowra. The walk goes through the various parts of the national park and is along the Cowan Creek. The track definitely provides great views of the bay and is mostly under the cover of thick forests. PIN …

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Ku-ring-Gai national park - Bobbin Head Track Hike

Hike the Bobbin Head Track via Sphnix Memorial

Some of the toughest hikes I have done in Sydney are in the Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National park. Bobbin Head Track via Sphnix Memorial is one of those hikes. The track is an amazing bush walk passing through the rocks, stairs, creeks and bushes and is ideal for experienced hikers. PIN for later reference Please note: …

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