Bushwalking tracks


Enjoy Ku-ring-gai’s natural beauty by taking a bushwalk, or come to one of our walks and talks to learn more about our flora and fauna.

Be sure to check the NSW Rural Fire Service website for updates on fire danger rating, planned hazard reduction burning and active bushfires before you set out.

All tracks

Download our handy guide for an overview of all Ku-ring-gai's bushland walking tracks: 

Ku-ring-gai bushland walking tracks - English (pdf. 709KB)

Ku-ring-gai bushland walking tracks - Korean (pdf. 425KB)

Track closures

Contact NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service for the status of walking tracks in National Parks.

Access for people with disability

The Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden in St Ives and the Little Blue Gum Creek Track in West Lindfield offer wheelchair and pram-accessible trails.

Dogs and cats in bushwalking areas

Dogs are only allowed in some bushland reserves. Please visit Dogs and Cats in Bushland for more information.

Walks and talks

View our popular program of environmental walks and talks

Bushwalking clubs

Browse the Community Information Directory to find a bushwalking club near you.


Blackbutt Creek Track



Little Blue Gum Creek Track (wheelchair and pram-accessible)

Two Creeks Track


Sheldon Forest Track


Little Digger Track

Two Creeks Track

St Ives

Bungaroo Track

Ku-ring-gai Creek to Tree Fern Gully Creek Track


Darri Track

Grosvenor Street to Gwydir Avenue Track

Sheldon Forest Track

STEP Track


Grosvenor Street to Gwydir Avenue Track

Twin Creeks and Browns Field Walking Track