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Inspiring landscapes and geology

NSW national parks' karst environments are among the oldest and most complex in the world. Exposed rock, geological features, and decorative caves of extensive karst systems make up some of the most inspiring landscapes in NSW national parks. Enjoy the visual treasures of Jenolan, Wombeyan, Yarrangobilly and Abercrombie caves. Enormous cliff faces and waterfalls display the geology of Blue Mountains. Further afield, you can explore volcanic landforms at Warrumbungle and Mount Kaputar national parks, as well as the Aeolian features of Mungo National Park.

Cathedral Rock track boulders, Cathedral Rock National Park. Photo: A Ingarfield.
Abercrombie Caves, Abercrombie Karst Conservation Reserve. Photo: OEH/NSW Government

Abercrombie Karst Conservation Reserve

Famous for its incredible limestone caves, Abercrombie Karst Conservation Reserve offers great bushwalking, waterfalls and picturesque camping for the whole family. An Abercrombie Caves tour is an unforgettable experience.

Fees

Free park entry

Things to do
6
Places to stay
3
Where
Country NSW
Figtree Cave, Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve. Photo: Kevin McGrath.

Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve

Take a guided tour of Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve’s caves. There are plenty of campsites and a couple of accommodation options – plan your weekend getaway now.

Fees

Free park entry

Things to do
12
Places to stay
4
Where
Country NSW
Bargo State Conservation Area. Photo: Nick Cubbin