A nice walk, on a sunny day, is up the bed of the North West Bay River from Betts Rd near Leslie Vale. This is the same spot from which the Cathedral Rock walk starts. You can walk as far as you like, although there some tricky spots as you get higher up, and these become trickier or impassable if the water level is high. It isn't right now. Most of the water is collected at the weir below Wellington Falls for delivery to the Waterworks, so the river is usually quite low. Both sandstone cliffs and dolerite boulders make this an interesting walk, and sitting on a rock in the sun is very relaxing.