Capertee National Park
Capertee National Park offers spectacular birdwatching, walking, camping as well as heritage homestead accommodation, west of Blue Mountains, near Lithgow.
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For a unique wilderness holiday, head to Capertee National Park. Located west of Blue Mountains, Capertee protects a range of wildlife and plants found nowhere else on earth. Independent campers and adventurous families enjoy walking and mountain biking through this unique region while discovering both Aboriginal and European heritage.
Renowned for some of the best birdwatching in the state, the protected woodlands along the fertile river flats attract regent honeyeaters, woodland birds, and birdwatching enthusiasts alike. The park is also home to native Australian wildlife like kangaroos, wallaroos, wallabies and gliders.
Choose from a night under the stars at the campground, or enjoy the heritage charms of Capertee Homestead. Capertee National Park is also a great stopover if car touring around neighbouring Turon National Park and Gardens of Stone National Park.
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Capertee National Park has a locked entry gate. If you're visiting during the day, get the gate code by calling Mudgee Office (weekdays) or Blue Mountains Heritage Centre (weekends).
(02) 6370 9000
Contact hours: 9am-4:30pm Monday to Friday
- 27 Inglis Street, Mudgee NSW
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax: (02) 6370 9010