Is Mt Keira open?

Is Mt Keira open?

Encircling Mount Keira, the ring track passes through the varied terrains and forests of the Illawarra Escarpment, starting and finishing in a perfect picnic spot. The track-head at Byarong Park is open from sunrise to sunset. For your own safety, please stay on the track at all times.

Where does Mt Keira Ring start?

Byarong Park picnic area
Byarong Park picnic area, where the track begins, is in the Mount Keira precinct of Illawarra Escarpment State Conservation Area. To get there: Heading south on the Southern Freeway from Waterfall towards Wollongong, exit at Figtree.

How high is Mount Keira?

1,522′Mount Keira / Elevation

How long is Mt Keira Ring track?

Mount Keira Ring Track is a 2.4 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Mount Keira, New South Wales, Australia that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate.

Is Keira a good place to live?

“Quiet neighbourhood set away from fast paced life of city.” Beautiful views. Access to bush walking tracks, schools and public transport to Figtree and Wollongong. Parks to sit and relax while children play in playground.

How old is Mount Keira?

7). The Mount Keira Road and other coastal roads were laid out in 1835-1836 by convict labour. In the early days of its operation the coal from the Osborne Wallsend Colliery was hauled by bullock teams down the steep Mount Keira track and old road.

Is Sublime Point hard?

Sublime Point track covers a distance of 850 metres. The difficulty rating is hard, with a suggested walk time of 45 minutes. This is one of the few walks that link the coastal foothills and the plateau. The lookout and the track itself offer some of the best views of the Illawarra escarpment, plain and coastline.

Is Wollongong part of South Coast?

The South Coast of New South Wales spans a stretch of coastline over 400 kilometres in length. Commencing at Wollongong, the state’s third largest city which is 80 kilometres south of Sydney, the region is wedged between the mountains and forests of the Great Dividing Range and beautiful beaches.