Berowra Heights to Berowra Creek
Updated: Aug 16
There are countless walking trails that meander through the valleys where I live below Berowra Heights, but this walk is my favourite, the hike to Berowra Creek.
I’ve been walking down this path for over thirty years now. It’s a gentle hike through diverse vegetation. The vegetation varies depending on wether the plants are exposure to the harsh summer sun, or hidden in the shadowy valleys.
The walk takes about 45 minutes each way.
Kookaburras, cockatoos and other birds are active early in the morning, goannas and bearded dragons warm themselves on sandstone rocks in summer and if you’re lucky, you might see the occasional wallaby.
The highlight of this hike is the view from at the end, the junction between Sams Creek and Berowra Creek. We’ll get there at the end of this video.
If you’re new to my Sydney Walks videos, I give a quick introduction then let the camera roll. I think it gives a more immersive experience than having constant commentary. I find that there’s nothing more annoying than having a hiking companion that talks all the time!
For more information on walks within the Berowra Valley, please visit the Berowra Valley National Park website.