The naturally hilly terrain along TD33 is home to a diverse range of wildlife. It is common to see kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, lyre birds and even echidnas and koalas have been spotted along the route. A mecca for birdwatchers, there are a number of bushwalking options to suit all fitness levels along TD33 to get up close and personal with the local flora and fauna. Pat and feed all manner of Australian wildlife at the Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park.
Go walking along Hominy Creek walking track in Popran National Park to the picturesque crystal clear waters of Emerald Pool.
Stroll 5.5kms through Yengo National Park to Circuit Flat Bridge – the fourth-oldest bridge in Australia, built by convicts in 1831.
Small scale, chemical free farm only 45mins from Wahroonga. Join us for a range of farm tours and fresh produce direct from the farm.
Deadmans mountain bike loop is an easy 8km cycle through rare Hunter Valley bushland. The trail starts near Astills picnic area and is a good choice for a family day trip.
Stroll through the bush and see the animals roaming free, visit ancient Aboriginal sites and learn about bush tucker, or even stay overnight with a 'Wild Night Out'.
Where Pigs Fly Farm Sanctuary provides care and shelter to abused farm animals and humane education to the community.
Enjoy this scenic 2km bushwalk along Astills trail. This loop walk begins and ends near Astills picnic area, so you can make a day of it and pack a picnic lunch.
Mountain bike or walk the Old Great North Road. It’s an important piece of Australia’s history and part of the Convict Sites of Australia World Heritage Area.
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.
A great way to get away from it all and explore this rugged landscape is on the Big Yango Loop Trail. The 22km trail includes some steep climbs and descents.
Mount Olive Lookout is only a short walk from Ironbark picnic area in Popran National Park on the central coast and offers scenic views over Popran Creek.
248 trail is a popular horse riding and mountain biking track which meanders through Popran National Park in the NSW Central Coast hinterland.
Whether you love horse riding or mountain biking, Mount Olive trail in Popran National Park is a wonderful place to experience magnificent views of the Glenworth Valley.
Finchley Trig offers 360-degree views over the park, with a viewing platform and interpretation board, and a well-preserved aboriginal engraving site nearby.
Yango walking track in Yengo National Park takes hikers through pristine wilderness, including rainforest, and offers outstanding views.