An area of natural bushland along the Berowra Creek Valley, one of the deep and scenic gorges that dissect the Hornsby Plateau. The park protects a rich diversity of flora and fauna, including the koala, spotted-tailed quoll and powerful owl.
There are extensive walking tracks, including a section of the Great North Walk, and scenic lookouts at Barnetts Road Reserve and Galston Gorge. Canoeing is popular on Berowra Creek from Crosslands Reserve. Picnic facilities are provided in many areas, including Crosslands Reserve, Barnetts Road Reserve and Blue Gum picnic area. Backpack camping is permitted at approved locations along the Great North Walk. Only gas fires are permitted throughout the park.
Access 24 km north-west of Sydney
. The main access point is Crosslands Reserve at the end of Sommerville Road, Hornsby Heights.Sydney
North Information Centre, phone 9472 8949