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Min 2 People


This challenging walking track offers subtropical delights as it winds through a scenic river valley with magnificent rain-forest views.

Experience a natural wonderland brimming with chances for wildlife spotting and bird-watching in the lush southern reaches of the National Park.


You will pass through a dense forest of sassafras, red cedar, and giant stinging trees while old gums soar above reaching far beyond the canopy.

The track descends to across a rocky crossing where Eastern water dragons are often seen.

Have a spot of lunch by the natural waterfall, before retracing your steps.


Total distance is 18 kilometres and around 6hour hiking.

Lunch and transport included.

Pick up and drop off at Taree, Gloucester, Dungog.


Bring a back pack, a change of clothes (in case you want to have a swim) and some sturdy shoes.

Alex will have GPS, Spot tracker, CB radio, Toppo maps, first aid outback kit, Emergency blanket and Emergency Food and water on his person throughout the whole hike, as safety for staff and clients is paramount.


If the dates online don’t suit you, send us an email here and let us know when you’re thinking.

  • Hiking in a World Heritage-listed forest

  • Not seeing any other humans.

  • An abundance of wildlife.

  • 18 kilometres of walking in rain-forest

  • Lunch by a waterfall only accessible on foot


  • Light Lunch 

  • Transport (3 locations Taree, Gloucester, Dungog.

  • Informed travel guide (Alex Cudlin)

  • Tour description, travel materials

  • Detailed route planning

  • Walking with group




  • Booking

  • Sturdy walking shoes.

  • Long trousers

  • Warm clothes/ beanie

  • shorts and T-shirt

  • Swimming Costume

  • Medication

  • Camera

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132 Manning River Drive

Taree South

New South Wales,

Australia 2430

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