Lawson, Blue Mountains
My first introduction to bushwalking in the Blue Mountains was in South Lawson Park in the early 1970s. Just a few minutes from home was this peaceful area of waterfalls and bushland made accessible by many kilometres of easy walking tracks. Several variations of circuit walks are possible on the north of Lawson and one on the southern side.
Numerous waterfalls, quiet secluded gullies, gurgling creeks, and in season spectacular waratahs and Christmas bush — you’ll find all of these as you meander along Lawson’s gentle tracks.
One of the highlights of researching this book has been the rediscovery by myself and friends of several ‘forgotten’ tracks and waterfalls. My greatest thrill was finding the old Lucys Glen loop track. Oh, watch out for the ‘carnivorous’ trees!
North and South Lawson Walks Pocket Pal contains 36 pages with 10 maps which cover almost 9.2km of tracks.