Woronora River

Natural Attractions

The Woronora River is a pristine waterway traversing through deep valleys and peaceful surroundings. It is a place of great beauty offering boating, canoeing, kayaking, swimming and fishing, with plenty of opportunity to stop off for picnics and bush walking.

Once the domain of the Indigenous Dharawal ‘freshwater people’, the mouth of the Woronora River was noted by the young adventurers Bass and Flinders during their exploration of the Georges River in 1795.

Woronora is said to be an Aboriginal word meaning ‘black rock’.


Boating Canoeing/Kayaking Disabled access available Family Fishing Swimming

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Bushwalker on the Karloo walking track. Photo: Andy Richards

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A boat at the jetty. Photo: John Spencer

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