Stony Range Botanic Garden is a haven of bushland situated right in the heart of Dee Why. There are a number of different walks to choose from, ranging from easy to moderate. A great place for the less mobile to enjoy the bush.

Grade Easy to moderate, depending on choice of path

Walk Type Two way or circuit

Distance Varies - up to 2km

Walk Time Up to 35 minutes

Potential Hazards Steeper inclines toward the top of the garden, mossy paths in shaded areas

Walk and Route Description

Start at the entrance to the garden and choose the walk most suitable for you. Stop and unpack your picnic at one of the many seats or viewing areas and enjoy one of our most serene sanctuaries. The best time to visit the garden is spring time, late August/early September when the beautiful Dendrobium Rock Orchids are in flower. Other wildflowers are also in flower at this time. The waterfalls are operational from 10am to 3pm. Most plants are labelled for those keen on botanical names.

This walk follows a very well defined pathway which is very flat and is perfect for prams and wheelchairs.


810 Pittwater Rd
Dee Why NSW 2099
Map of Stony Range Regional Botanic Garden Walk