Wang Wauk State Forest
For more information about Wang Wauk State Forest see here.
About Wang Wauk State Forest
What was great about this walk was that it is pretty secluded and we have never encountered anyone else on any of our walks there. It definitely feels like our little secret.
It is a relatively short walk (only about 1 hour). It will take you through a rainforest, over a creek and past old rail road tracks.
There is a small camping spot at the entrance of the walk.
Advice for Cats Going to Wang Wauk State Forest
Be prepared to encounter wildlife.
Parts of the path are not well defined (as of June 2018, there are some restorations occurring).
The walk is great for kitties as you can take your time and not worry about running into too many people.
Before You Go Exploring in New South Wales
In New South Wales cats are prohibited from
Food preparation/consumption areas. The exemption is where the area is a public thoroughfare like a road or footpath.
Wildlife protected areas (determined by the local council)
Cats and public transport:
According to Transport NSW, rules about pets on transport are:
Train - No pets on stations and trains
Bus - Yes, with permission from driver
Coach - No pets at coach stops or on coaches
Ferry - Yes, with permission from the crew
Light rail - Yes, with permission from light rail staff
Taxis - Yes, if the vehicle is suitable and with permission from the driver.