Hiking at Dharug National Park

Hiking at Dharug National Park

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After a busy week at work we both needed another break from the city life, and just a short drive from Sydney is Dharug National Park, we drove to Wisemans Ferry where we had a lovely pub meal as the sun was setting. We then crossed over the ferry and headed to our campsite Mill Creek for a night. The campsite was perfect for what we wanted it had toilets and plenty of wildlife. Including a very inquisitive Bush Turkey. We then headed down to the river for breakfast before making our way to the Track. We chose the Old Great North Road. A historic road created by the convicts. It was built between 1826 and 1836. It makes up one of the eleven UNESCO World Heritage Australian Convict Sites.-Wet Mammal

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