The Gumbaynggirr have been residing in this area for thousands of years. The Gumgali walk and Muttonbird Island walk highlight their stories. More recent settler heritage walks include stories of logging, railways, and mining.

Trails

Part 1 - Ride through forest in the spirit of explorer Clement Hodgkinson from the Macleay River to Bellingen
Explore heritage at Horseshoe Bay, then cross Humpty Back Creek footbridge to the Macleay River entrance
A guided tour sharing bush secrets on an easy track to Pipeclay lagoon
A 4WD journey exploring the Macleay Valley and gorges, camping at Georges Junction and West Kunderang
Walk from Grassy Head, alongside the Macleay Arm to Stuarts Point, across the footbridge and return on beach to Grassy Head
Can you find the tiny cemetery in a native forest clearing?
Granite rocks, forests, wild swimming and lots of spring flowers!