About this location
Green track is like the tasting plate of Bungonia National Park. The loop walk offers an overview of the park by taking in all the main lookouts and natural environments. It’s a moderately easy hike, so pack a picnic lunch and stop at De Kerrilleau picnic area along the way. Setting out from David Reid carpark, hike through eucalypt woodlands on the plateau, dry rainforest in the gullies and see evidence of the area’s limestone karst in the rocky outcrops and cave entrances. Try to imagine the church services held inside Mass Cave during the 1950s as you walk past. From Adams lookout, enjoy the superb view of Bungonia Slot Canyon and keep an eye out for a pair of nesting peregrine falcons while you’re there. Lyrebirds are likely to be heard near the junction to Molly O’Neill nature track. Keep an eye out for other wildlife as well – can you tell the difference between a swamp wallaby and a red-necked wallaby?
Green Street, Bungonia NSW 2580
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