NSW
Mann River Nature Reserve

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INTRODUCTION

The Mann River Nature Reserve is located on the Mann River as you would expect, at the bottom of what is known as the Big Hill. The park protects 5 500 hectares of rugged mountainous area.

Access to the reserve is via the Gwydir Highway and Old Grafton Road to the Town of Mitchell Rest Area.

Over 50 species of birds frequent the reserve, as do a variety of Kangaroos and Wallabies. Tiger Quolls are also known in the reserve.

 

CAMPING:

Town of Mitchell Rest Area:

The rest area has toilets, fireplaces, tables and camping sites near the Mann River.

 

WALKING:

Convict Tunnel:

The historically significant Convict Tunnel is not far from the reserve and well worth a visit. It is 50km further along the Old Grafton Road.

 

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