Following the Patonga Drive, and heading south towards Patonga in the Brisbane Water National Park, turn left into Warrah Trig road and drive until you reach the carpark. Follow the Tony Doyle track from the old Warrah Trig Station down the ridge, along a well formed rock path – which includes some wooden stairs. At the end of the trail, you’ll find the spectacular Warrah lookout.
Along the way you will encounter many native wildflowers and waratahs for which the area is well known.
From the lookout, there are fantastic views to the distant Barrenjoey headland, Broken Bay and the Hawkesbury River.
Photographed above are just a few of the lovely native wildflowers we encountered beside the track this morning and a view from the lookout.