21.07.2018 – Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park – Apple Tree Bay

From Bobbin Head we drove 1.5.km along Apple Tree Bay Road to another beautiful picnic spot and kiosk.  The bay is formed on Apple Tree Creek at the intersection of Cowan Creek and is the mooring point for a number of pleasure craft.  We enjoyed our lunch on the rockery, taking in the view and watching picnicking families fishing.

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Throughout this National Park are walking trails.  Here, across the walk bridge, is the Berowra Trail, 10km one way and moderately challenging.  Despite all the information about the trail which has peaked our interest, we decided it wasn’t something we could manage today. (Lee: “20.kms return?  I don’t think so!”)  We went as far as walking across the walk bridge which for Lee, was good enough.

https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/walking-tracks/mount-kuringgai-track-to-berowra-station