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Cliff Top Walking Track, Blackheath

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Scenic Walking Area · Hidden Gem · Lookout
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  • This is a one way track, and if you have a pickup at one end it's definitely worth doing. I'd possibly reconsider if I had to walk back to my starting location - its very nice but not the greatest... 
    This is a one way track, and if you have a pickup at one end it's definitely worth doing. I'd possibly reconsider if I had to walk back to my starting location - its very nice but not the greatest...  more »
  • one of my favourite walks, not to steep and plenty of places along the way to have a bit of a rest. Make sure you have water. 
    one of my favourite walks, not to steep and plenty of places along the way to have a bit of a rest. Make sure you have water.  more »
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  • Started at Govetts Leap lookout and started walking up and down stairs along the Cliff Top Track to Evans Point Lookout. Was about 1 hour 30mins one way. So 3 hour hike altogether. Saw baby bearded dragons, a small diamond python lovely native plants including various wattles and various eucalyptus and some beautiful little bush flowers. The views are breathtaking and so are the stairs. Be prepared for some moderate calf work.
  • Started from Fairfax Heritage Track (very flat and easy) to steeper Govetts Leap (apparently leap is Scottish for waterfall) lookout and on to CliffTop Walk until Evan’s Lookout. Fantastic seeing ?Waratahs out in October, tall and a beautiful coral red. The walk is well maintained and in brilliant condition. Good places to stop and picnic. Steep in places but steps help, and it’s not too onerous. Marvellous views over the pulpit and Grose Valley gorge that was under water thousands of years ago. Eucalyptus (scribbly bark variety), banksia and grevillea lining the paths. Fabulous walk, spectacular views and good exercise for a few hours (3 hours return although longer with breaks). Not many people walking but very friendly souls.

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