The Corn Trail Walking Track

Details

Phone
02 6285 6307
Type of Attraction
National Parks and Reserves
Address
Monga National park, Braidwood NSW
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About

Take a journey back in time and follow a route that has been used for thousands of years. Popular today with bushwalkers and horse riding groups, Corn Trail walking track was originally used by Aboriginal people on their seasonal travels between the coast and the tablelands, then later by European settlers on pack horses carrying supplies.

This historic trail takes you downhill from high mountain ridges to deep rainforest-filled valleys. You’ll cross the gently flowing Mongarlowe and Buckenbowra Rivers, wander through warm temperate rainforest and walk through eucalypt forests. You’ll also catch glimpses of Mount Budawang and the sandstone peaks of Pigeon House and Castle Mountain further north.

It’s a difficult walk, so you’ll need to come prepared, but the scenery is worth it.

It is easier to do this walk downhill from the Dasyurus Picnic Area to the Lower Corn Trail car park, which allows you to do a car shuffle. You can access Lower Corn Trail car park via the Misty Mountain and No Name Mountain Roads. It’s a 40 minute, one-way drive from Kings Highway, but well worth to have a vehicle and supplies waiting for you at the end of a long day.

Features

Barbeque
Carpark
Family Friendly
Picnic Area
Public Toilet
Birdwatching
Canoeing/Kayaking
Hiking
Horse Riding
Rock Climbing
Scenic Drives
Swimming
Walks

Contact information

LocationMonga National park, Braidwood NSW

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