Bomaderry Creek Circuit, Bomaderry Creek Regional Park NSW
A very pleasant walk through a small but atmospheric gorge formed by Bomaderry Creek. There are rocky overhangs, small cliffs, and a variety of vegetation.
This circuit walk in Bomaderry Creek Regional Park was very nice, and the third walk in a single long weekend that exceeded expectations. There are lots of rocky overhangs, small cliffs, a variety of vegetation, including re-growth after fire when we did it, and of course the creek itself, which was picturesque in places.
For a small area close to civilisation there were also quite a few interesting animals about, including the following two specimens…
We used track notes in Best Bush, Coast and Village Walks of The Shoalhaven, but it’s a pretty straightforward walk. From the start you soon drop down to Bomaderry Creek, walk along it past many rocks and overhangs, then cross over and begin to walk up the other side. You climb out of the creek at one point on the way back for views, then drop back down to cross back over at the historic weir. It’s then a very short walk back to the start, where there are toilets and a small grassy park. There’s info on the NPWS website.