Great North Walk: Cedar Brush to Watagan Creek Road
17 km oneway
6 h to 9 h
Great North Walk: Cedar Brush to Watagan Creek Road
17 km
Oneway

Walk
6 h to 9 h

This section of the Great North Walk makes a good walk along the Lyrebird Trail by Wollombi Brook. From Cedar Brush track head, the walk winds up into the Olney State Forest through bushland (crossing over two moist gullies). Once most of your height is gained, this walk follows an unsealed road before dropping down into the Wollombi Brook gully. From here, the walk follows bush tracks along Lyrebird Trail, past Basin Campsite (side trip) into the Olney State Forest to wind north into the Watagans, via the Warrawolong Flora Reserve. This walk also offers a side trip from Turners Road up to the top of Mt Warrawolong, which is the highest point along the Great North Walk. The walk finishes at Watagan Creek Road and gives a nice opportunity for that quiet drive in the country. Let us begin by acknowledging the Awabakal people, Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present. 

Highlights
Views

Environment
Natural

Features


Transport options
To start
Car

From end
Car

Points of Interest
Great North Walk
Mt Warrawolong Campsite
Basin Campsite
Mount Warrawolong
Mt Warrawolong
Walkers Rest Area
Watagan Creek Campsite

Places & Areas
Australia
New South Wales
Cessnock City Council
Central Coast Council
Olney
Ravensdale
Cedar Brush Creek
Watagan
Australia/Sydney Time Zone
Olney State Forest
Hunter River
Macquarie-Tuggerah Lakes
Watagan State Forest
Greater Hunter