Take an easy walk through Kurri sand swamp woodland, a rare habitat full of special plants, wildflowers and trees; a treat for birdwatchers and bushwalkers.
Deep in the heart of Werakata National Park is Kurri sand swamp woodland walk, a great track for keen for bushwalkers wanting to explore an endangered ecological community.
A unique environment within the park, drooping red gums and small-flower grevilleas are a spectacular sight along the walk. You’ll also see acacias, lots of pretty purple common hovea, as well as delicate spider orchids.
Beginning at Astills picnic area, this walk takes about 2 hours and is especially beautiful when all the wildflowers bloom in spring. Remember to take your binoculars if you want to bird watch, and keep an eye out for kookaburras, swamp wallabies, red-necked wallabies and lots of woodland birds.