We have creeks, dams, and waterfalls on and around the property and in the neighbouring State Forest and National Park.
Hiking, nature trails, bushwalking, trail running
Carawirry is home to several kilometres of bushwalking trails, as well as thousands of hectares of neighbouring State Forest to explore. All trails are clearly marked and easy enough to follow.
We recommend walking/running in the early morning or early evening (dusk), as that will give you the best chance of spotting at least one of the local animal residents. We suggest you wear firm, supportive shoes and socks for protection when walking through bushland and avoid sandals and thongs.
Always keep to the marked tracks when exploring Carawirry. This is especially important for children. Unfortunately, there are some troublesome ‘natives’ everyone encounters at some time or another in the forest, including leeches, ticks, spiders and snakes. For more information on bush safety and how to play nicely with these locals, click here.