• Distance 2.8km
  • Altitude max 113m
  • Altitude min 1m
  • Duration 1 hours
  • Trail type Return
Three Stars

Three Stars

Worth Doing

The Australian Hiker Experience Rating is a measure of the overall quality of a walk. It is intended to help you decide whether to walk a trail, not to measure anything objective. Consider this our personal take on the walk.

Grade Three

Grade Three

Suitable for most ages and fitness levels. Some bushwalking experience recommended. Tracks may have short steep hill sections a rough surface and many steps. Walks up to 20km.

The Australian Grading system is based on the australian standard for measuring trail hikes.

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Burrawang Walking Track NSW (2.8km)

Murramarang National Park

Nearest Town

Depot Beach

Best Time of the Year to Travel

Year round

Starting Location

Burrawurra Walking Track trail head car park located on Carr Street, Depot Beach

Finish Location

Burrawurra Walking Track trail head car park located on Carr Street, Depot Beach

Burrawang Walking Track Review

This walk is an easy one to access and while not over long, being under 3km, it does have a few hills on the walk particularly if you head down to the beach as well as to the cliff edge lookout. Park at the trail head car park on Carr Street and begin your walk which is signposted.

The track itself is easy to follow but involves a bit of hill walking with an altitude change of 113 metres from the beach to the highest point. From the car park walk along the track past a forest of Cycads and tall Eucalyptus and head to the cliff face lookout. You will pass warning signs advising you to keep away from the cliff edge however the area has now been fenced off so this shouldn’t be a problem. Spend some time looking over the ocean and beach below before turning around and heading back. You will come to the turnoff point and if you go left here you will end up down as the beach where you can relax and swim, or walk along the beach before heading back top the hill to return to the car. When we did this walk we talked about what experience rating that we would give it and while not quite a ‘4’ on our scale we thought that is came close. I just love the coastal walks with spotted bark and prehistoric Cycads.

Please note that this part of the coast has a lot of Ticks so wear long pants and socks, and a long-sleeved top when doing this walk in the hotter moths of the year. Having said that this is a great family walk that is relatively easy and if the weather is warm enough bring a lunch and swim gear to take advantage of the beach access.

Trail Head on Carr Street

Trail example

Tree bark

Left to the lookout, right to the beach

Cycads and Eucalyptus

Heading to the lookout

View from lookout on the Burrawang Walk

View down towards the beach

Heading down towards the beach after leaving the lookout

Down to the North Durras Beach

Back up the hill again

Look for the little stuff

Getting There

The trail head is just over 21km from the base of the Clyde Mountain heading north

Once you turn off the highway follow the signs to Depot Beach and head to the headline and Carr Street

Highway turn off to Depot Beach

Turnoff to Depot Beach

Pay parking for access to this area

Follow the signage

Burrawurra Walking Track trail head car park

Things to Know

  • Phone: There is excellent phone signal on this track
  • Water: You should bring your own water
  • Toilets: There are no toilets on the track. The closet are in the campground which is not far from the trail head
  • Trail: This trail consists of formed track
  • Dogs: Dogs NOT allowed
  • Other: 
    • This trail is walkable year round
    • Dress for Ticks during the warmer months of the year
    • The is an access fee for the national park so bring coins for the meter
    • This trail is walkable year round


This walk was undertaken by the team from Australian Hiker

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