Guided Bushwalks in Mt Royal National Park, Hunter Valley
Learn about the Australian bush, landscape and local history. Have fun enjoying the outdoors and the health benefits of spending time in nature.
Choose a walk to suit your fitness level and interests - adventurous off-track walk, family walk / introduction to bushwalking or evening spotlight walk.
Nearby accommodation also available.
$55 per person ($35 for Singleton LGA residents)
$90 for one adult and one child
$175 per family (up to 2 adults & 3 children)
NB Mt Royal off track walk is $85 adult / $65 Singleton LGA adult / $255 family
Optional accommodation available - see further down this page
Please review the terms and conditions of tickets before booking - especially regarding fitness & health requirements and walk gradings. These are listed on the Callicoma Hill website bushwalks page.
Please scroll down to the end of this session list to see the October walks!
See photos of our previous guided walks on our Facebook page)!
Accommodation is also available at Callicoma Hill Eco-cabins, next to the National Park (available all year): our 3 bedroom self contained eco-cabin is available; our bush camping and bunkhouse has already been booked that weekend.
For cost & bookings for accommodation, please get in touch with us at Callicoma Hill - see contact details at the bottom of this page
These are listed on the Callicoma Hill website bushwalks page. After booking, you will also receive an email with this information. Participants will be responsible for their safety and behaviour, and will be asked to acknowledge risks and hazards of walking in natural areas.Contact and further info
Jan & Martin at Callicoma Hill Eco-cabins, Hunter Valley
Ph 6571 1208 (pls leave a message if it rings out) or send us a message via the button below.
Our March-June 2021 walks series were made possible with the assistance of funding from the Business Relief & Rebuild Fund, provided by the Singleton Council Community Support Package and the BHP Vital Resources Fund. This funding assisted local businesses after the impacts of the 2019/20 bushfires and the impacts of COVID-19. Callicoma Hill acknowledges the Wonaruah/Wonnarua people, traditional owners of the lands.