Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park

We visit The Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park as part of our North Shore & Beaches private tour. This is a protected national park (created in 1894) of some 14,977 hectares (37,010 acres).

The park is a recreational park for many Sydneysiders. There are many great walking tracks, fishing spots, a camping ground at The Basin and spectacular views out over The Pittwater and the Hawkesbury river.

The first inhabitants of the area were the indigenous Garigal people and the park contains many rock engravings and other aboriginal art such as cave drawings, axe grinding grooves and middens.

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