5 Reasons To Visit Ku Ring Gai Chase National Park

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Visit Ku Ring Gai Chase National Park!

If you’re visiting Sydney – or even living – there then you’ll be pleased to know that you could be immersed in the NSW outback within an hour of Sydney’s CBD. The outskirts of Sydney are flanked with unspoiled bushland just a few kilometers from the hustle and bustle of the city, so why not take a day-trip out to the Blue Mountains lesser known rival – Ku Ring Gai Chase National Park for an unforgettable day out.

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Visit Ku Ring Gai Chase National Park: Here are 5 reasons why this National Park is high on our Sydney travel itinerary,

1. Ancient Aboriginal Rock Art

Ku Ring Gai Chase National Park is home to one of the biggest concentration of Aboriginal heritage sites in the world and also plays host to some impressive ancient rock art.

2. Nature Flourishes

This National Park is packed to the brim with gorgeous flora and fauna, including the likes of the Grey-headed Flying Fox, Eastern Grey Kangaroo, Swamp Wallaby, Platypus, Long-nosed Bandicoot, Sugar Glider, Short-beaked Echidna, Little Forest Bat, Eastern Water Dragon, Eastern Long-necked Tortoise, Diamond Python, Stone Gecko, Lace Monitor to name a few.

3. Waterways

If you’re a fan of taking to the water, then you can explore the National Park via the waterways, seeing it all from a totally unique perspective and also getting to some locations that are inaccessible by any other means.

4. It’s not far!

You can be surrounded by Ku Ring Gai Chase’s natural beauty within just 45 minutes of Sydney, meaning it’s an excellent day trip if you want to get away from it all for an afternoon.

5. Culture

Aboriginal culture is still very much a part of this special National Park, and that also means you can sample some authentic bush tucker whilst visiting the area – a must for a true Aussie experience!

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