NSW
Munghorn Gap Nature Reserve

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INTRODUCTION

Munghorn Gap Nature Reserve is located about 280km north-west of Sydney and 35km north-east of Mudgee on the Wollar Road. It conserves an area of 6 800 hectares, with many pagoda formations within the park.

The park was originally inhabited by the Waradaji Aboriginal people.

Over 160 species of bird are known to live in the park, including Emus, Lyrebirds and Bowerbirds.

 

CAMPING:

Honeyeater Flat:

Bookings are required for Honeyeater Flat camping area. Toilets are provided.

 

WALKING:

Moorarben Day Use Area:

The day use area at Moorarben has an information bay, picnic facilities, BBQs and toilets.

 

Castle Rocks Walking Track:

The Castle Rocks Walking Track is a 8km return walking trail that leads to rocky outcrops known as pagoda formations which offer spectacular views. The walk starts at Munghorn Gap. Picnic facilities are located at the Track Head.

 

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