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Barrenjoey Headland WALK: 4 km loop TIME REQUIRED: 2 hours BEST TIME: Spring or summer GRADE: Moderate – there are lots of stairs ENVIRONMENT: Sydney sandstone, beautiful coastline, rainforest gullies, heathland BEST MAP: Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, NSW Land and Property Information TOILETS: At the Resolute Picnic Area, but NOT at West Head FOOD: Shops at Terrey Hills, 6 km before the park entrance, or at the expensive, but otherwise excellent, licensed Cottage Point Kiosk, a half-hour drive from West Head TIPS: Bring your swimmers This is a cracking walk with Indigenous art sites and some quiet little beaches, that culminates in probably the best view in all of Sydney.
Among the rocks and flowers, keep an eye out for goannas, snakes and other reptiles. At a T-junction at the top of a rise, the Peats Track fire trail hits the Bight Fire Trail or Deerubbin Extension Walk. Turn left, and almost immediately, a small marked track on the left leads up to Lloyd Trig. This delightful little side trip will take you up to 230 m above sea level, with splendid views down to Brooklyn, Long Island Nature Reserve, and across Pittwater to the Barrenjoey Lighthouse. It’s a great spot for lunch.
As a result, the much gentler route up Devines Hill was built from 1829. However, even after all that effort, the route was barely used because its lonely path was prone to bushrangers, and coastal steamers soon provided a much quicker means of transport. As a result, rather than becoming developed, it remained quietly sitting in the bush, and has experienced a well-deserved revival of interest in the past decade or so. It’s a great day out from Sydney. Hangmans Rock From the vehicular punt, on the north side of the Hawkesbury at Wisemans Ferry, turn left and drive (or walk if you have left your vehicle on the other bank) about 800 m.