Terry’s Creek, part of the Great North Walk

Posted: June 8, 2020 in Walking

In the 1830s, the first road connecting the colony of Sydney to the Hunter Valley ran along this creek.
Beautiful Sydney Blue Gum, Blackbutt and Turpentine can be seen along the walk.
There’s a waterfall and pool – it doesn’t take much to imagine it being a swimming hole back in the day.
We’ll continue towards Browns Waterhole on another weekend.

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