Berowra Valley National Park

National Parks and Reserves

This large park occupies the beautiful bushland valley between the suburbs of Hornsby Heights, Thornleigh, Galston, Pennant Hills and Cherrybrook, reaching up to the quiet waters of Berowra Creek.

Covering a 25km stretch of the Great North walk, the park offers more than 70km of walking tracks and fire trails. If you’d rather enjoy nature at a slower pace, enjoy a picnic or barbecue at Crosslands Reserve, so close to the suburbs and yet so far from the speed of daily life. Berowra Creek is a great spot for some canoeing or kayaking, and there are some good places to dangle your line overboard – you might be lucky enough to catch some lunch.

Facilities

Lookouts Non Smoking

Activities

Hiking Walks

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available

Nearby Things to Do

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Empire Marina Bobbin Head, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Photo: Andrew Richards

Empire Marina Bobbin Head

North Turramurra, Ku-ring-gai

Mount Colah Station to Pymble Station cycle route, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Photo: Andy Rich

Mount Colah Station to Pymble Station Cycle Route

Mount Colah, Hornsby

Southern Cross Kayaking Hawkesbury River Tour Calabash Bay

Southern Cross Kayaking – Sydney Region

Berowra Waters, Hornsby

Exterior of Rose Seidler House

Rose Seidler House

Wahroonga, Ku-ring-gai

Great North walk - Berowra Valley National Park

Great North walk – Berowra Valley National Park

Pennant Hills, Hornsby

People walking on Place of Winds walk in Berowra Valley National Park. Photo: John Yurasek

Place of Winds Interpretive Trail

Hornsby Heights, Hornsby

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