With waterfalls, walking trails and cycle paths, Sydney’s less-visited national parks are no less spectacular for their obscurity

The National Parks and Wildlife Service estimates that in 2018 the Sydney region’s two most popular national parks, the Royal and Ku-ring-gai Chase, recorded 6.1m and 3.9m visitors respectively.

At a time when people are keen to get out into nature, but equally keen to avoid throngs of like-minded would-be bushwalkers, we asked NPWS to share the region’s least popular nature spaces.

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Source: Gaurdian

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