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South East Forest National Parks - Pheasants Peak - Myrtle Mountain and more....
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South East Forest National Park

PHEASANTS PEAK  (South East Forest National Park)

For more information: http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/NationalParks/parkHome.aspx?id=N0111

Set amongst granite boulder country, Pheasants Peak has a dramatic walking track. Follow the rough fire trail to the peak where you can look across the Monaro towards the Snowy Mountains and down the south coast escarpment.

Distance:  4kms return
Time:   2 hours
Level of fitness required:   Medium
How to get there: Coolangubra Forest Way from Cathcart or the Imlay road, south of Eden

NUNNOCKS (South East Forest National Park)

Visit Alexanders Hut, a historic timber hut occupied until the 1980s. Native grasslands, woodlands and swamps, each with their special landscape charm, can be explored via a network of walking tracks including the Nunnocks Swamp walking track.

Distance:  As far as you like
Time:   From 1 hr to a full day
Level of fitness required:   Easy
How to get there: Packers Swamp Rd from Bemboka or Tantawangalo Mountain Rd, New Line Rd

SIX MILE CREEK  (South East Forest National Park)

A fantastic easy stroll to stretch your legs.  Take a walk through a eucalypt forest up to a viewing platform which overlooks cascading waters on their way to meet the Tantawangalo creek.

Distance:  600mts return
Time:   Around 15 mins
Level of fitness required:   Easy
How to get there: Entrance off Tantawangalo Mountain Rd, West of Candelo opposite the picnic area

MYRTLE MOUNTAIN (South East Forest National Park)

Myrtle Mountain is a sacred Aboriginal place. Please show respect as you ascend through the lush, wet, ferny forest to the summit where the lookout offers panoramic views to the coast.

Distance:  4kms return
Time:   2 mins
Level of fitness required:   Medium
How to get there: Entrance Chalkhills Rd off Mount Darrah Rd West of Merimbula

MYAMBA GORGE (South East Forest National Park)

Myamba Gorge has walks suitable for people of all abilities, some areas with wheelchair access. For a more adventurous walk head up to a viewing platform where Myamba Creek cascades over a massive granite formation with views deep into Myamba Gorge and the Towamba Valley. A photographers heaven.

Distance:  4kms return
Time:   2 hours
Level of fitness required:   Medium
How to get there: Bucky Springs Road from Bombala, Coolungubra Forest Way from Cathcart or from Imlay Rd Eden

GOODENIA RAINFOREST WALK (South East Forest National Park)

This is an easy return walk for children of any age.  The entire walk is only 1.2 km return and takes you down into a warm, lush rainforest gully where you will see ferns and other understorey plants.  For most of the walk you will see a dense canopy formed by tall lilly pilly trees.  For the kids this is a magical place where thick vines can be used to swing on, beetles and other insects can be found lurking under logs and a variety of birds can be heard if not always seen.  A great place to explore!

Distance:  1.2 km return
Time:   Around 50 mins
Level of fitness required:   Low
How to get there:   Through Pambula (heading South), turn right into Mt. Darragh Road (just after Pambula) turn off after around 15 mins onto Chalkhills Road (should be sign-posted Goodenia Rainforest Walk).