Keith Longhurst Reserve is 76ha of some of the most beautiful bushland in Campbelltown located within the Georges River Bushland Corridor. Here the Georges River has the qualities of a gorge with spectacular sandstone outcrops, waterholes and waterfalls.
It is culturally significant for the local Aboriginal people and supports a mature, varied and beautiful bushland which is home to many species of threatened flora and fauna, notably the koala and heath monitor.
The reserve is well accessed with trail options down the historical Old Ford Road or to the popular Basin waterhole.
Popular amongst locals and visitors to the region, we recommend taking plenty of water for the steep stairs on the return walk - the view is well worth it!
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