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Dooragan National Park conserves the area surrounding and including North Brother Mountain on the mid-north coast of NSW. The park preserves important areas of old growth forest, including some small areas of sub-tropical rainforest.
Animal and bird species found within the Dooragan National Park include the Koala, Powerful Owl and Spotted-tailed Quoll.
The Dooragan National Park is accessed via the Captain Cook Bicentenary Road, off Kew Road.
Picnic facilities are provided on top of North Brother Mountain, including gas BBQs, sheltered picnic tables and toilets.
The Rainforest Loop is a short 500m walk through the rainforest.
The Top Track is an 800m track down the mountain, with return being the same way. Walkers can also join the Laurieton Track at the base of this walk.
The Laurieton Track is a more difficult 1.7km walk one way. The track makes its way to the base of the mountain.
ACCOMMODATION AND RESOURCE LINKS:
- NPWS Port Macquarie Office
152 Horton Street
Port Macquarie NSW 2444
Ph: (02) 6586 8300
Fax: (02) 6584 9402
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