Toonumbar National Park
World Heritage-listed Toonumbar National Parks in Northern NSW, offers outstanding walking tracks, horse riding, picnic areas near Kyogle.
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Summer, winter, or any time, there are loads of reasons to come to Toonumbar National Park in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales – this park has it all.
Visit this beautiful park and be ready to experience World Heritage areas rich with Aboriginal history, abundant wildlife, an ancient volcano and incredible views.
Go bushwalking along some great tracks, enjoy picnics, go birdwatching, camp beneath towering gums, or delight in some scenic horse riding.
All the different habitats in the park, from subtropical rainforests and pristine creeks to ancient eroded volcanic remains, are home to lots of amazing plant and animal species, including noisy paradise riflebirds and fruit-eating pigeons, owls, carpet pythons, koalas and red-necked pademelons.
Go in summer to camp by Iron Pot Creek and enjoy a refreshing swim, or on winter mornings watch mist rising above the rainforest and the eroded volcanic peaks from Murray Scrub lookout.
Highlights in this park
Iron Pot Creek campground at Toonumbar National Park offers a pristine creek for swimming, as well as World Heritage-listed rainforest nearby and abun...
For easily-accessible scenic views of World Heritage-listed landscape in the Northern Rivers, the Murray Scrub lookout is not to be missed.
Murray Scrub walking track is an easy and beautiful walk through shaded rainforest, accessible from Kyogle in Northern NSW.
Pack a picnic and spend some time at Sherwood lookout at Toonumbar National Park, Sherwood Ranges, with scenic views of an old volcano.
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- in the North Coast region
Toonumbar National Park is always open, but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.
(02) 6632 0000
Contact hours: 8.30am-4.30pm Monday to Friday
- 136 Summerland Way, Kyogle NSW
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax: (02) 6632 1534