top of page
  • Writer's pictureMatthew Urmenyhazi

Berowra Valley's secret swimming hole

Updated: Apr 19



After years of calling Berowra home, I've stumbled upon a real local gem that's been hiding right under my nose.


Tucked away in the Berowra Valley National Park, just north of Sydney, is a slice of paradise waiting to be discovered.


After a good old bush bash, I found myself at a secret swimming spot, shaded from the blazing Aussie sun — a godsend on those scorching summer days.


Surrounded by towering cliffs, this hidden pool feels like something out of a dream. And the best part? Below those cliffs lie caves, some even holding traces of the indigenous folks who once roamed these lands. You can almost hear the whispers of their stories in the stillness of the air.


Despite being off the tourist radar, this place is a real treasure trove for those seeking an authentic Sydney experience. So, if you're up for an adventure that's a little rough around the edges but full of charm, count me in to show you the ropes.


For more information on walks within the Berowra Valley, please visit the Berowra Valley National Park website.


Koala close-up

Comentarios

Obtuvo 0 de 5 estrellas.
Aún no hay calificaciones

Agrega una calificación
bottom of page