Emergency services have found a woman who was injured after falling at the Bomaderry Creek Walking Track.
The alarm was raised just before noon on Tuesday (November 14) when the 55-year-old woman fell and suffered an injury.
A forward NSW Ambulance crew of two rescue officers and two paramedics, was sent into the track to find the injured woman.
She was found on the western side of the popular walking track, where she had been bushwalking with another male and female together with a small dog.
Officers assessed her injuries and she will have to be carried from the location, as she is unable to walk out herself out due to her injury.
NSW Police officers and Fire and Rescue NSW crews will help in the woman’s recovery and are expected to return her to the Narang Road car park.
It is the second rescue today for emergency crews, with a 74-year-old man recovered from 15-metres down the side of a steep embankment off the Drawing Room Rocks walking trail earlier this morning.