Wondrous Walkabout – Cascade Loop – Garigal National Park
When : Sunday 19th November
From : 10am to approximately 2-3pm to finish of walk.
Distance : 11 KM / 4-6hrs
Cost : FREE – any extras (food or drink) at your expense
For more information on the walk – http://sydneysolesisters.org/walks/cascades-loop/
Which is parts of two different Wild Walks
We live in one of the greatest tourist destinations on Earth. Yet how much of your backyard have you really uncovered? Come with us to admire parts of Sydney that you might have known of, but never got around to exploring.
Join us on this free and active stream of local bush walks and an appreciation of the best local spots you never dared to find on your own.
This Wondrous Walkabout is Cascade Loop – Garigal National Park
The Cascades is a pretty place in Garigal National Park where French’s Creek meets Middle Harbour Creek. It has little waterfalls, rock pools and sunny rock platforms to sit on and enjoy your morning tea. It also has some interesting local history. The Cascades was frequently used as a campsite by the Scouts in the 1930s, and as a “jungle training” site during WWII (oral history , Ku-ring-Gai Library) . A public pool was built at the site of the Cascades during the depression era.
Previous Wondrous Walkabout – Wentworth Falls