Mount Imlay Summit Track (Mount Imlay National Park)
Mount Imlay, Balawan, is a towering sentinel over Twofold Bay and a great half day walk.
It’s a challenging climb that rises 600 metres in 3 kilometres. The last 500m follows a rocky, razor-backed ridge to the trig station. From the summit on a clear day you can see Mallacoota in East Gippsland, Victoria in the south, Narooma in the north, and to the southern tablelands in the west.
Look for the Imlay Mallee, endemic to the summit, along with eagles, lyre birds and wild flowers.
Back at the base, there is a picnic area to rest and refresh before travelling back to the Princes Highway. Read more on Mount Imlay National Park.
Distance 6km return
Time 4 hours
Access Burrawang Forest Road, via Princes Highway, 30 kilometres south of Eden.