13. Bundanoon Creek Walking Track

Although not a bushwalk for the faint of heart, Tooth’s walking track to Bundanoon Creek offers great rewards for those who are fit and do not mind a steep climb. The walking track begins at Tooths lookout, with its spectacular scenic views of the valley, and descends steeply towards Bundanoon Creek.
As you get closer to the creek, you may see reptiles lying across the track and, during spring, wildflowers blooming nearby. Do not get too distracted because you need to keep a close eye on where you’re placing your feet.
At the base, strip down to your swimmers and plunge into the swimming hole. It’s the perfect way to refresh before you make the climb back to the top.
Make sure you leave plenty of time, since the walk needs to be completed during daylight.

https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/walking-tracks/tooths-walking-track-to-bundanoon-creek

Distance:  3km return
Time Suggested:  1hr 30min – 2hrs 30min
What to bring:  Drinking water, hat, sunscreen

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