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Goulburn River National Park

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INTRODUCTION:

Goulburn River National Park is located about 280km north-west of Sydney and can be acessed 20km south-west of Merriwa on the Ringwood Road which dissects the park. It can also be accessed via the Denman-Rylstone Road east of Sandy Hollow.

The park is made up of over 70 000 hectares of wilderness protecting the gorges and wilderness of the Goulburn River.

Within the park can be found Emus, Goannas, Platypus and a variety of Wallabies.

 

CAMPING:

White Box Camp:

White Box Camp is found off the Ringwood Road. Toilets are provided.

 

Spring Gully:

Spring Gully is located off Mogo Road, via Ulan or Wollar. The camping area provides campsites along the river. Toilets are provided.

 

Big River Camp:

Big River Camp is found off Mogo Road, via Ulan or Wollar and provides camp sites along the river. This camp area is recommended for 4WDs only. Toilets are provided.

 

WALKING:

The Drip:

The Drip track is a 2km trail leading to a rock formation covered in ferns. The trail begins at a picnic area along the Ulan-Cassilis Road about 50km from Mudgee.

 

Hands on Rocks:

Hands on Rocks is located 2km past the picnic area at the start of The Drip walk. The 500m walk to the aboriginal art site begins at a parking area.

 

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