Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park
About Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park
Ku-ring- gai is a second national park in Australia, and its name comes from the original inhabitants who were all but wiped out just after colonization through violence at settlers' hands. It's worth reading Kate Grenville’s The Secret River for an engrossing yet harrowing telling of this story that will make you want to go on your next adventure!
Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park is a great place to take your family on an excursion. The Bobbin Head picnic area offers expansive views of the ocean and provides ample space for outdoor activities like cycling, fishing or hiking through scenic terrain that ranges from coastal batteries (a former defence site) inlet cliffs where olive green seas lap at white-sand beaches below soaring rock formations – all this within reach if you're visiting Sydney!
Ku-ring Gai Chase National Park combines important history with scenic beauty to create an outdoor laboratory where you can feel at one with nature without leaving the city. The Bobbin Head area is great for a family picnic, while other parts of this massive park offer cycling opportunities and fishing spots that will leave your taste buds satisfied!
What To Do in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park
Camping in the wild: The Basin Campground is a remote camping spot accessed by ferry with basic facilities: there's only one shower block, toilets and picnic tables for your use. You'll need to be well-prepared and self-sufficient; sites are already booked through NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service website
Picnic areas are scattered throughout the park, with plenty of drinking water and toilets available. There is also a BBQ area for those who want to cook their own food on-site!
Waterfalls are not just beautiful; they're an important part of our environment. Some people think that wild swimming should be limited to certain places like rivers and lakes, but there’s actually plenty of it right in your own backyard! For example, if you live near upper Gledhill Falls Park then this would make a great spot for some fun games with friends or family members because accessing water here isn't too difficult - especially when compared to other areas where floods can occur (like downstream along McCarrs Creek).
One local company involved in this tourist attraction;
Address: Unit 3/8 Akora Road, Wyoming NSW 2250
Phone: (07) 3555 8943