Cumberland State Forest, Pennant Hills

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TripAdvisor
  • Despite its location well within the suburbs, the Cumberland state forest is a great place and not so crowded compared to other nearby parks - although the cafe sometimes looked crowded. I've never be...  more »
  • I live 800 metres away from the forest so I walk there with my dog at least 2-3 times a week. It's a nice forest with plenty of short tracks to do. Recently, they added a tree top adventure to one of ...  more »
  • Free and wonderful state forest. Variety of unique trees and walks suitable for all ages. A quiet escape from suburban Sydney. Great for families too and nice picnic grounds and facilities.  more »
Google
  • About three km of well maintained walking tracks join three easily accessible barbecue areas and an information centre with a cafe and a quality nursery. Dogs on leash are allowed, and the walks are perfect for active pups. Come after work and you're likely to bump into me and my dog, Jasper!
  • Wonderfully peaceful and relaxing. An oasis of tranquility. Lovely walks with a cafe and nursery depending o your mood.
  • Great for wandering around different trees. Also has a nursery with a lot of native plants and a coffee shop, with good coffee and setting in the trees available too. Also available self guided walks through the forest, including sensory walks for those with limited vision.
  • Great nursery. Great walks. As the hills slowly descend into an urban sprawl it is critical to have this oasis.
  • Lots of good short bushwalks, BBQs, a ok cafe and a plant nursery. There is a short trail that people in wheelchairs could access.