When walking in the park, visitors should always wear sensible stout walking shoes. Some of the tracks include steep sections and many of the tracks can become very slippery in the event of rain. A map of the walking tracks is available and tracks are clearly signposted.
We ask that visitors carry sufficient water with them for their journey and wear adequate sun protection. Please remain on the tracks. Walking off the tracks can cause damage to the plants and animals and it is relatively easy to become disorientated. If you leave the tracks and get lost, you should walk uphill until you meet a clear track or road to follow.
There are no snakes of any kind and the majority of spiders are harmless, even the big ones. In recent years however, the Asian paper wasp has been multiplying rapidly and at certain times of year walkers may encounter these and honeybees.
- Please wear sturdy footwear - bare feet, thongs or high heels are not recommended
- Take extra care after rain because the tracks may become slippery
- Some tracks may be uneven with protruding tree roots, or have numerous steps - please watch your step and use handrails where provided
- Do not use mountain bikes, cars, quad-bikes or motor bikes on walking tracks (Park Service and emergency vehicles are permitted)
- Slip, slop, slap! - protect yourself from the sun
- Please stay away from cliff edges
- Stay on the tracks to avoid damaging plants and causing erosion
- All plants, animals, timber and soil are protected throughout the park. Please do not disturb or take them
- Please take your rubbish with you when you leave the park
- Feeding wildlife or leaving food scraps helps the introduced birds and rodents