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Koreelah National Park

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INTRODUCTION:

Koreelah National Park is found west of Wodenbong from the Summerland Way and White Swamp Road from Old Koreelah.

Koreelah National Park protects an area of about 5 200 hectares including the Mount Wilson (1231m) area and a variety of forest types, including rainforests that are included in the World Heritage Area: Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves (Australia). These rainforests include large specimens of the Hoop Pine.

The national park protects a large number of threatened animal, bird and plant species, including Rock Wallabies, Koalas, Albert's Lyrebird and the Long-nosed Potoroo.

 

CAMPING:

Koreelah Creek Rest Area:

The Koreelah Rest Area is found off White Swamp Road. It is a large spacious area for camping and day use. The camping area has picnic tables and toilets.

 

WALKING:

Koreelah Creek Falls:

The Koreelah Creek and Koreelah Creek Falls are easily accessible from Koreelah Rest Area. Within a minute or two you can be at the falls themselves or walking along the banks of Koreelah Creek.

 

ABOVE: Koreelah Creek
Gorge

 

ABOVE: Koreelah Creek
Falls

 

ABOVE: Koreelah Creek
Falls

 

ABOVE: Koreelah Creek
Falls

ABOVE: Koreelah Creek
 

 

 

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