This circuit offers a little bit of everything, including a string of sandy beaches, deep swimming holes and expansive rock platforms. Enjoy an off-track adventure as you explore a quiet section along Glenbrook Creek where the path is so rarely frequented that it quite regularly disappears. Not for the faint-hearted, this is a route without a single signpost or waymark, with the only reassurance being an occasional pink ribbon tied to a tree.
Time: 3 hours 30 mins
Distance: 5.8 kilometres one way
Ascent/descent: 190 metres descent, 190 metres ascent
Weather: Avoid during or immediately after heavy rain
Closest public transport: 500 metres from Glenbrook railway station.
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Points of interest: Duck Hole, Glenbrook Creek, Kanuka Brook, Station Street Fire Trail, swimming holes