The Great North Walk

Brooklyn NSW is surrounded by National Parks with plenty of scope for bush walks. This world famous trail, a bush track that runs from the CBD to Newcastle, passes through town.

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You can take a water taxi or you get the train to Wondabyne and 5km later you have crossed the Hawkesbury River. When you do the Great North Walk through NSW there is no better place to stay than the Brooklyn Motel because you can relax your feet in our spa baths included in every room.

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Formally, the Great North Walk starts in Macquarie Place in central Sydney where a short stroll is followed by the first water section in the form of a ferry from Circular Quay.

It’s southern sections pass historic locations and heritage homes in the Sydney suburbs before arriving in the Lane Cove River National Park. The Great North Walk follows this river as far as Thornleigh and then the Berowra Creek before heading through part of the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park to arrive at Brooklyn, on the Hawkesbury River.

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