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8 pram-friendly walks in NSW national parks

Family strolls in the outdoors are the perfect way to explore new environments, share nature discoveries, and create special memories. An outdoor wander in a national park is the ultimate sensory experience, and bub doesn’t even have to leave the stroller to absorb the sights, sounds and smells of the great outdoors. New environments encourage brain development, and all that fresh air and natural light soothes restlessness and fosters sleep. On top of it all, bundling babies into prams and walking outdoors is a terrific break from the ho-hum of parenting duties and develops healthy family walking habits that you’ll enjoy for years to come.    [block_green] Ranger Tips: We want you and your family to have an enjoyable and safe time while exploring national parks. Be prepared for all weather conditions, always check for any park alerts, and check out our safety tips before you go.[/block_green]   To help you and your new nature enthusiasts get on your way, we’ve picked 8 pram-friendly walks in NSW national parks.

Woman pushing a pram on Palm valley loop track. Photo credit: John Spencer / DPE
Photo Information Palm valley loop track Cape Byron State Conservation Area John Spencer / DPE, 2018

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