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Morton National Park

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INTRODUCTION

Morton National Park protects an area of wilderness in the south east of New South Wales.

Access to the park is via Moss Vale or Kangaroo Valley.

 

CAMPING:

Bendeela Camping Reserve:

 

 

WALKING:

Fitzroy Falls:

There is a visitor centre at Fitzroy Falls, some 20km from Moss Vale. Facilities include a boardwalk, lookout, toilets, dining facilities, BBQs and picnic facilities. There is a $3.00 parking fee (2003).

A boardwalk leads from the visitor centre to a lookout above the Fitzroy Falls. Here the Yarrunga Creek plummets some 80m to the valley below.

 

Western Rim Track:

The Western Rim Track is a 5km return walk offering views of the Yarrunga Valley. There are 8 lookouts and 3 waterfalls to view.

 

Eastern Rim Walk:

This is a 7km return walk with 8 lookouts.

 

Belmore Falls:

Belmore Falls are some 15km from Fitzroy Falls. Here the Barrengarry Creeks plummets into a cavern below. There are a number of short walks here to view the falls from various angles, etc.

 

Fairy Bower Falls:

The walk to the falls begins at the Gambells Rest Area. There is a steep descent to the base of the falls.

 

 

ACCOMMODATION AND RESOURCE LINKS:

Gambells Rest Area:

Gambells Rest Area is about 15km from Moss Vale and the camping area provides picnic areas, toilets, showers, etc. However, you must book before arriving to be able to camp. Entry fees are $6.00 per vehicle per day (2003) and camp fees $5.00 per adult and $3.00 per child per day (2003).

 

Bendeela Camping and Picnic Area:

This free camping area 8km from Kangaroo Valley has toilets and fireplaces.

  


 

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