2004 a group of local citizens formed the Hunters Hill
Walking Trails Group and developed a series of magnificent interconnected
walks throughout the Hunters Hill Municipality. These walks feature the many places of interest and highlight the natural and cultural heritage of the area.
The Project is supported by
Hunters Hill Council.
HARBOUR CIRCLE WALK
A splendid circular walk between the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Gladesville Bridge, with a loop into Hunters Hill. The Walk was launched in September 2005. Click here for the map, brochure and background notes.
GREAT NORTH WALK
This map includes the route of the Great North Walk from Woolwich wharf through Hunters Hill to Fullers Bridge in Lane Cove National Park, with an alternate return track to Figtree Bridge. Click here for the map, brochure and background notes.
SYDNEY HARBOUR AND COASTAL WALKS
A significant series of maps and brochures, developed by the Walking Volunteers and supported by local Councils and Government bodies, detailing walking routes around Sydney Harbour and its tributaries, and along the coast between Palm Beach and Cronulla. Click here for the maps, brochures and background notes.
COCKATOO ISLAND WALK
Regular ferries now run to Cockatoo Island from Circular Quay and Woolwich wharf. One can take a self guided walk or a tour around this historic island. Click here for information.
SEVEN BRIDGES WALK
The Inaugural 7 Bridges Walk took place on Sunday, 29 October 2006. This annual walk is a major event and traverses the 7 bridges between the City and Hunters Hill. In places it takes a different route to the Harbour Circle Walk because of the number of entrants. Click here for more information.
NOTE that you can walk as little or as far as you like on the above walks. Please take appropriate care for your own safety.