In addition to the many walks and gardens in Mount Wilson there are also lookouts with wonderful views across the mountains and down into deep valleys, and interesting reserves.

Lookouts -  Wynnes Rocks Lookout and DuFaurs Rocks

Spectacular views are seen from these two sites, over Bowen’s Creek to Mt Tomah for the first and the Wollangambe Crater from the latter.  Walks to Chinaman’s Hat (15 minutes from DuFaur’s Rocks) and Pheasant’s Cave (about 1 hour). A shelter shed is located at Wynnes Rocks Lookout.

Marcus Clark Reserve

On The Avenue, the same side as the Fire Station.

There is a short walk through an arboretum of the native plants of the sandstone soil.

Waterfall Reserve

Shelter shed and toilet. Waterfall Walk through the rainforest is a must, about 1 hour.

Nearby is Gregson Park , together with Jefferson Bridge which straddles Waterfall Creek, links the bottom end of Waterfall Road and Wyndham Avenue.

Happy Valley

Shelter shed. Try the Happy Valley Walk, approximately 1 hour from the picnic area.

Sloan Reserve

Tucked in below the road at Ferny Corner, located on the walk along on The Avenue.

Sites Managed by the MWPA

There are a number of sites managed by the Mt Wilson Progress Association (MWPA), some of which are listed above and elsewhere.