Bundewallah Reserve Walking Track is located in Shoalhaven City Council of New South Wales state. .
|Address:||Bundewallah NSW 2535, Australia|
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|Monday:||Open 24 hours|
|Tuesday:||Open 24 hours|
|Wednesday:||Open 24 hours|
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Visited 31st Oct 2018. Trail has not been cared for in what seems like a long time! Very over grown, walking through overgrown ferns the majority of the way and ruining into bushes that have grown over the trails. Lots of leaves and sticks very thick on the floor, LOTS OF TRIPPING HAZARDS FOR KIDS.
NOT GREAT FOR KIDS. VERY STEEP!! hard walking. Its very steep steps about 80% of the way.
Nice MINI waterfalls at the end. The entrance is very hard to find, its next to house number 256A. Not any designated offstreet parking, we just parked on the grass.
If you have bad knees or cant walk big stairs AVOID THIS TRACK. In saying all that if the track was cleared it would have been so much more enjoyable.
Beware, the rocks near the waterfall are VERY slipery!! We almost lost a child ????????????
If the track was cleared i would rate 4*.
Also, the house as mentioned in the previous review is not appart of the reserve.
Beautiful house and area
The Bundewallah Reserve Walking Track is located a few kilometers west of Berry, NSW at the base of Broughton Head, a 572m mountain that rises steeply above the coastal plains. The start of the track is marked by a red walking track sign visible from Bundewllah Road (January 2018). The track first crosses a stream, then climbs steadily along a forest boundary (about 100m elevation gain) up to a lookout and bench seat. The track them continues more gently, sidling across the hillside to intersect a small stream and waterfall located in a picturesque rainforest setting. Although an old bulldozed track continues upward, a sign indicates the beginning of private property and warns walkers not to continue past the stream. The return journey from the road to the waterfall and back typically takes about an hour.