Couridjah Corridor Walk

Natural Attractions

Couridjah Corridor walk is a 14 kilometre return walk that takes in both Thirlmere Lakes National Park and Nattai National Park. Great for hiking, bushwalking and birdwatching.

See some of the best spots of the spectacular Thirlmere Lakes and Nattai National Park along Couridjah Corridor walk. You’ll pass by Hawkesbury sandstone cliffs, sheltered gorges, eucalypt forests and the wetlands of Thirlmere Lakes. When you reach the locked gate, retrace your steps along the return journey.

There’s so much to discover here, including an amazing array of animals and birds, ranging from eastern grey kangaroos, wallaroos and brush-tailed rock wallabies to glossy black cockatoos and powerful owls.

‘Couridjah’ means ‘honey’ in the Gundagurra language, and this land has long been prized by Aboriginal people for its constant water supply and abundant wildlife.

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View of a mist-covered lake surface with marsh grasses in the foreground. Photo credit: Ian Brown

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Carpark at the walk entry, Corridor walk, Nattai National Park. Photo: John Spencer/NSW Government

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