There is plenty to explore online to get your bushwalking adventure going offline. These hiking resources will help you for all of your hiking needs. We’ll keep adding to it, so you may like to bookmark it for your reference and convenience. Enjoy!
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Track notes for bushwalking in NSW. More thorough than National Parks information, this is the ‘go-to’ site for track notes.
It’s not the most scenic walk in Greater Sydney but it is one of the Blue Mountains classics, and totally worth doing. Info, track notes, maps and videos.
A bush safety initiative between the NSW Police Force and the National Parks. Includes details of free or low-cost Personal Location Beacon (PLB) hire in the Blue Mountains and Kosciuszko National Park.
Inspiring Australian and international adventure destinations, along with the information and gear to get you out there. Often includes a hiking feature. Published bi-monthly.
Bushwalking in Australia and beyond. Gear guides, practical information on specific walks, inspiring stories, training advice and expert safety tips. This is Ian’s version of ‘porn’, delivered bi-monthly with a bonus annual issue.
Official information for visitors to Royal National Park, including campsite bookings.
Ferries between Cronulla and Bundeena in Royal National Park.
Official information for visitors to Sydney Harbour National Park.
Train, bus, ferry and light rail timetable and route information. We highly recommend the Trip Planner for door-to-door (or door-to-trail!) instructions.
Official Sydney weather forecast. Browse the site for the very-useful live radar, mapping rain movements across the region.
Official bush fire danger ratings and information on Total Fire Bans in NSW.