Wadbilliga National Park
Wadbilliga National Park is perfect for self-reliant bushwalkers and campers. Go hiking, camping, birdwatching or mountain biking and explore this wonderful park.
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Wadbilliga National Park features remote and rugged wilderness that will leave you feeling like you’ve truly escaped into the great outdoors.
The scenery here has been compared to Kakadu National Park, with steep gorges carved into dramatic ancient granite cliffs contrasting with wide, undulating plateaus from the high escarpment country down to the coastal plain.
Wadbilliga has deliberately been left in a pristine state to form a haven for the many animals and birds that take refuge here, and there is also an incredible range of plant life. Among the endangered animals you may see are the spotted-tailed quoll. Powerful, masked and sooty owls can be heard by night, and by day diamond pythons may be seen sunning themselves on the plentiful rocky outcrops.
This vast, untamed wilderness is popular with well-equipped campers, self-reliant bushwalkers and photographers. Be sure not to miss seeing the striking Tuross Falls and Tuross River Gorge as well, which are truly unforgettable sights.
Highlights in this park
Cascades walking track takes you to a viewing platform with scenic views of the spectacular Tuross River, which cascades into a refreshing pool that’s...
Turross Falls walking track is a medium difficulty 4km bushwalk at Wadbilliga National Park featuring scenic views, waterfalls, picnicking opportuniti...
Wadbilliga Road drive is a 4WD touring route that takes you through an incredible range of terrain and environments within Wadbilliga National Park.
Set up camp in the remote wilderness of Cascades campground in Wadbilliga National Park and wake up next to Tuross River.
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- in the South Coast and Snowy Mountains regions
Wadbilliga National Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.
(02) 4476 0800
Contact hours: 8.30am-4.30pm Monday to Friday
- Corner Graham and Burrawang Streets, Narooma NSW
- Fax: (02) 4476 0833
(02) 6458 5900
Contact hours: 9am-12.30pm Monday to Friday
- 153 Maybe Street, Bombala NSW
- Fax: (02) 6458 4076