Walk your way through exotic pines and ancient cycads as you enjoy this trail in the Byfield State Forest. The track passes through pockets of rainforest as it winds its way along Stony Creek. Discover the beauty of the Byfield Fern (Bowenia serrulata) and treat yourself to a picnic at one of the well-maintained recreation areas in the forest. If you're legs feel a little tired after all that walking, be sure to immerse yourself in the calm waters of the natural rock pools.
Stoney Creek and Waterpark Creek are popular spots for day-trippers, with several bushwalking tracks and camping is also available. Red Rock Campground offers the best caravan access with individual fire pits and tables at each site. Only accessible by 4WD, Five Rocks is a favourite weekend getaway for locals and visitors alike. Located in Byfield Conservation Park, visitors will discover one of the largest parabolic sand dunes in Australia. These beaches boast a good surf break, and there are plenty of bays and creeks to throw in a line.
Camping grounds also provide basic facilities and permits are required to visit the National Park (fees apply, no dogs).