Canopy Cafe in Dorrigo National Park is a great place to eat near Coffs Harbour, offering fresh contemporary cuisine in a stunning forest setting, with all day breakfast and lunch, and great coffee.
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Attached to Dorrigo Rainforest Centre, Skywalk lookout offers superb views over Dorrigo National Park and encompasses Bellinger Valley to the coast.
Never Never picnic area is a quiet alternative to The Glade picnic area in Dorrigo National Park, with barbecues, birdwatching, walking tracks, and access to waterfalls.
The Glade picnic area is part of Dorrigo National Park near Coffs Harbour on the NSW north coast. This pretty rainforest clearing offers a great spot for a picnic or barbecue and lots of rainforest walks.
The Dorrigo Rainforest Centre is the best place for Dorrigo National Park visitor information and school excursion visits. Book a guided tour, take the Skywalk for stunning views out to Coffs Harbour or relax in the Canopy Cafe.
The 185km Waterfall Way scenic drive links Coffs harbour and Armidale, passing rainforest, river valleys and waterfalls, including New England and Dorrigo national parks.
If you spot our roving ranger these school holidays, make sure you say 'hi'. You can ask them any questions you have about Dorrigo National Park.
- Fees apply. Free park entry.
Saturday 23 December 2017. Thursday 4 January, Saturday 6 January, Tuesday 9 January, Thursday 11 January, Saturday 13 January, Tuesday 16 January, Thursday 18 January, Saturday 20 January, Tuesday 23 January, Thursday 25 January 2018, 10am–12pm, 1pm–3pm
- Dorrigo National Park in North Coast
If you’re keen on bushwalking, the 6.4km Blackbutt walking track winds through lush rainforest, offering scenic views of Dorrigo National Park.
Enjoy the views of Dorrigo National Park and a series of waterfalls and creeks during an energetic hike along Casuarina Falls circuit.
Red Cedar Falls walking track leads to the largest waterfall in Dorrigo National Park.