About Brisbane Water National Park

Brisbane Water National Park is located north of the Hawkesbury River. With a total of 11,369 hectares it is one of the oldest national parks in New South Wales. The Sandstone landscape is rich in Aboriginal art, in fact several hundred rock engraving sites exist within the park. Somersby Falls & Girrakool picnic areas have excellent picnic facilities, fishing spots & rainforest walks. Backpack camping facilities are available for walkers using the Great North Walk, but there are no facilities.

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Brisbane Water National Park is located north of the Hawkesbury River. With a total of 11,369 hectares it is one of the oldest national parks in New South Wales. The Sandstone landscape is rich in Aboriginal art, in fact several hundred rock engraving sites exist within the park. Somersby Falls & Girrakool picnic areas have excellent picnic facilities, fishing spots & rainforest walks. Backpack camping facilities are available for walkers using the Great North Walk, but there are no facilities.

Location & Map

Woy Woy Rd, Kariong NSW 2250, Kariong 2250 NSW - See Map

Features & Facilities

   

Opening Hours

Girrakool picnic area is open 9am to 5pm every day Somersby Falls picnic area is open 8am to 8pm during daylight savings and is open 8am to 5pm at other times

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