Rouse Hill

Enjoy nature and Pokémon GO at the same time.

Here are some nice bushwalks with public transport access, where you will find towers, gyms and Pokémons.
Remember to stay safe, tell someone where you are going and when you are expected back. Keep you phone in your pocket whilst you walk, and keep to the track.
Enjoy the PokéWalk.

Leave no PokéTrace
1) Plan Ahead and Prepare
2) Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces
3) Dispose of Waste Properly
4) Leave What You Find
5) Minimise Campfire Impacts
6) Respect Wildlife
7) Be Considerate of Your Hosts and Other Visitors

Think before you PokéTREK
T – Take adequate supplies of food, water, navigation and first aid equipment.
R – Register your planned route and tell friends and family when you expect to return.
E – Emergency beacon (PLB’s) are available free of charge from NSW Police Force and NPWS.
K – Keep to your planned route and follow the map and walking trails.

About Pokemon

These walks have extra information about barriers and facilities to help improve access for people with mobility based disabilities.

Under current national bushwalking grading standards, access for people with disability is only promoted for very short and very easy paved paths. ‘Naturally Accessible‘ is a new framework that sits on top of grading systems providing more information about walking track features enabling people to make decisions for themselves about access. By providing detailed information about toilets, seats, steps, surface, steepness, barries and so on, we hope that visitors can choose for themselves if they can undertake these walks.

For people with arthritis, the number of steps and type of seats might be of most interest. For people with continence issues, the location and access to toilets may be key. For people who use a wheelchair, interest may turn to the surface, pinch points and steepness. Some of these walks are challenging and long – over time I hope we can add even more challenging and longer walks.

Naturally Accessible was proudly developed by National Parks Association of NSW, funded by NSW Family and Community Services and National Parks and Wildlife Service.



Blackbutt Reserve (Newcastle)

Green Point (Lake Macquarie)

Wallarah National Park

Munmorah SCA

And Walk

Munmorah SCA

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