Not really a views walk, the descriptively named 11km Walking Track in Dharug National Park near Wisemans Ferry offers a variety of attractive forest scenery instead. There’s tall trees, big grass trees, nice banksia flowers, and lush forest at the end of the walk. The picture below is quite a nice view but is in fact from the drive in. You cross over the Hawkesbury River (from Sydney) on the vehicle ferry to get to the start this circuit walk.
We used track notes in the guide book A Day in the Bush, where they call it Mill Creek – Wiseman Ferry rather than 11km Walking Track. (And they disagree on the length too, stating that it is only 8.2 km – go figure). Also various track notes online, including the NPWS. I remember the first time we did this was memorable for two reasons: firstly the incredibly loud cicadas that year, but also the fact that we managed to get lost and didn’t finish the walk. I think there’s a left turn that’s easy to miss about a third of the way into the walk. The track is reasonably distinct so if it’s not you may have gone up a false track. We’ve always done the circuit anticlockwise.