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The remote Aboriginal rock carvings here are some of the best in Sydney. Park on West Head Road and take the Basin Track a few hundred metres from the car park, and you’ll see a wonderful collection of animal and human carvings on a flat bushy outcrop to the right of the trail. Rock carvings tend to be in spectacular locations, and this is no exception. For a longer bush walk, take the ferry from Palm Beach to the Basin campground and do the 6.5-km Basin Track in reverse. Straight off the ferry, you’ll find wallabies in their natural environment. Pack a picnic and enjoy the scenery—just stick to the paths and watch out for snakes.
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The national park has the most beautiful walks and secret beaches that pretty much no one knows about. Go all the way to the gate keeper and ask them to give you a run down of all the different walks. Some lead to beautiful little waterholes with incredible views and some lead to tiny little beaches...
Great picnic grounds, bushwalking, nice cafes by the water, boat hire available.
Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park offers an exceptional visit all year round. SPRING: Set aside a day in August or September to stroll through the park's blooming heathlands. SUMMER: Bring your fishing gear and visit The Basin. WINTER: Barrenjoey Head is an excellent spot for whale watching.