Bundanoon is the northern gateway to Morton National Park. Follow the well-marked bushwalking trails in one of NSW’s largest national parks, admiring waterfalls that plunge into valleys below. The Park is easily accessible from Bundanoon and is great for a daytrip or school excursion. Be enthralled by nature on a grand scale at Morton National Park. This enormous park really does have something for everyone; whether you’re an experienced bushwalker looking for remote wilderness hiking, a novice mountain biker looking for an easy ride or a keen photographer looking for some scenic waterfalls to capture. You’ll find imposing gorges dissecting the landscape alongside pockets of rainforest that are full of wildlife. There are a number of well-equipped picnic areas and numerous informal spots where you can stop for a break to enjoy the view.
Morton National Park envelops you in its fascinating landscape. Roam through rainforest on the Kangaroo Valley escarpment. Or relax on your picnic blanket, shaded by tall eucalyptus trees – the park has everything from Sydney peppermint to spotted gum and the rare Pigeon House Ash. The park’s geological features are equally captivating. Detect different rock types in the cliff face, or find a good vantage point and gaze at the plateau carved with deep gorges. Absorbing the gorges sheer size, coupled with their interesting terraced appearance, can keep you occupied for hours. Visit Fitzroy Falls for scenic waterfall views; go mountain biking, walking or enjoy a picnic lunch.