Tucked in behind the historic town of Mogo, Mogo Bushwalk in the Mogo State Forest meanders through wet and dry eucalyptus forests. This walk provides a shady haven in summer and is suitable for all of the family. The forest features majestic spotted gums with an understorey of burrawang cycads. Swamp wallabies often dart through the bush and in autumn and early winter, male lyrebirds display their magnificent tail feathers.
This walk cover a distance of of 1.6 kilometres and takes approximately 20 minutes return. It is rated as an easy grade with some steps. Access is from the eastern side of the Princes Highway at Mogo, via Tomakin Road then James Street.Visit Website
Family Friendly, Nature based