Frere’s Crossing is a very light grade bushwalk surrounded by native flora and a canopy of gum trees.
The 1km walk takes you along the Old Coach Road down to the Frere’s crossing. Named after early settler George Pierre Frere. The road is a significant part of Campbelltown’s history. In 1917 it formed part of the highway connecting Campbelltown and Newcastle.
Ready to start exploring? Click here to download a copy of the Georges River Bushwalking Guide. Alternatively contact the Campbelltown Visitor Information Centre to receive a copy.
NOTE: The George’s River Nature Reserve is home to a healthy Koala population. To ensure their safety always keep your dog on a lead and pick up all droppings before leaving.