Charles Darwin Walk is named after Charles Darwin, famous for his theory on evolution, as he visited Wentworth Falls (then called Weatherboard) in 1836.
An easy walk from Wentworth Falls Railway station to the start of the walk in Wilson Park the Charles Darwin Walk follows Jamison Creek to the Weeping Rock Track just above the actual Wentworth Falls. Many special vegetation communities can be found along the Track and at the end of the walk - in Darwin's own words 'there is a view exceedingly well worth visiting'.
There is parking at the start of the walk in Wilson Park, Falls Road, Wentworth Falls.Visit Website
Car park, Picnic Area, Public Toilet
Adventure, Flora/Fauna, Nature based