Bomaderry Creek is a small oasis of bushland adjacent to the town of Bomaderry. The walk journeys through patches of remnant rainforest, spotted gum forest, dry woodland and small hanging swamps. The small gorge is rich in Aboriginal heritage and sheer sandstone faces.
The track follows Bomaderry Creek which has carved a course through sandstone forming impressive cliffs, rock walls, overhangs and caves. Visitor facilities include a grassed picnic area with sheltered tables, gas barbecue and toilets. Dogs are permitted in the park, provided they are kept on a leash at all times.
There are two tourist walks you can follow:
Walk One is a 5.5 kilometre return walk along the eastern and western tracks. It takes about three hours.
Walk Two is a 1.4 kilometre return walk along the western track to rock crossing returning to the track head via Mossy Gully. It takes about one hour.