Sydney Train Walks

From Tuggerah via Lake Tuggerah 11h / 45km to Wyong

About this walk

Part of this walk covers Wyrrabalong National Park.

It takes about 11 hours to complete the full 45 kilometre walk, but plan extra for plenty of breaks and photography stops. Consider that there's a lot to see along the way.

Getting there and back

Get the train to Tuggerah using Plan your return trip from Wyong at

Along the way

From Tuggerah Station follow the road past the shopping mall to the roundabout at Wyong Road.

Cross at the roundabout and follow the footpath along the industrial estate to the left.

After the bridge across Ourimbah Creek, cross Wyong Road to the shopping centre on the other side.

From the shopping centre follow James Watts Drive and enter the footpath through the reserve.

Cross Lakedge Ave and enter the lakeside reserve.

Follow the shared foot and bike path around the lake to the Entrance.

The bike path eventually ends at the Entrance Bridge.

From the bridge continue along the lake, or cross the dunes to the beach immediately.

Follow the beach past the Magento Shores golf club.

Cross the dunes at the fire trail (which can be hard to spot), or at Pelican Beach carpark.

Follow the Pacific Highway back a little bit to find the park entrance on the other side.

From the park entrance follow the signs down the Burrawang Walking Track.

At the end of the track continue right down the Redgum Trail.

Follow the bushtrails all the way to the wetlands trailhead.

Continue down the footpath past the holiday parks along the lake.

Past the holiday parks find the footpath along the lake and follow it to to Toukley.

Follow the footpaths along Main Roadd and cross the bridge to Gorokan.

From Gorokan follow the roads along the lake and pass through Graigie Park.

The walk follows Tuggerawong Road, with the occasional reserve along the way.

Turn right at the river and follow Wolseley Ave past the wetlands.

Follow Boyce Ave past the golf course and past the sports fields to Wyong Station.

What to bring

  • Check the national parks website for possible detours, closures and restrictions.
  • Install an OpenStreetMap app for Android or iOS and preload the area.
  • Download the GPS data if your device can import it.
  • Print out this map and get a better one from a visitor information centre if possible.
  • Be sure to leave enough charge in your phone's battery for emergency calls.
  • Bring plenty of water, comfortable shoes, a hat and SPF 30 sunscreen.
  • Also bring a light windbreaker/raincoat in case you get caught out in the rain.