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Alerts for Warrumbungle National Park: closed areas


Updated: 14/04/2014 08:43 AM

Warrumbungle National Park is a world away from everyday life.

The spectacular landscape of Warrumbungle National Park, thousands of years in the making, is waiting to be explored. Offering excellent camping, caravanning and picnic areas, a range of easy walks and harder hikes, and spectacular scenery, the park is bound to please visitors. Here are some ideas to get you started:

  • Belougery Split Rock – you can't go past this hike for a spectacular 360-degree view from atop the unique volcanic dome. 
  • Camp Blackman – enjoy modern-day comforts of powered sites, hot showers and flush toilets set in the breathtaking Warrumbungle landscape.
  • Whitegum lookout – enjoy an easy stroll along Whitegum lookout walking track to Whitegum lookout, simply the most spectacular lookout in Warrumbungle National Park.

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closed areas

Following bushfire in January 2013, Warrumbungle National Park is open in a limited capacity. Some walking trails remain closed for restoration work.
NPWS is pleased to announce that the Breadknife Grand High Tops walk (via Dagda Shortcut) in the Warrumbungle National Park has reopened. Visitors are able to complete a 12.5km return walk via Dagda Shortcut or the 14.5km circuit walk via West Spirey Creek.
Gunneemooroo Campground
Pincham Campground
Walking Trails:
Fan's Horizon
Gould's Circuit
Bluff Mountain
Tara Cave
For more information please contact the Warrumbungles Visitor Centre on 02 6825 4364.
Locations affected: Fans Horizon, Fans Horizon lookout, Bluff Mountain lookout, Goulds Circuit, Gunneemooroo campground, Pincham carpark, Tara Cave

 Opening times

Warrumbungle National Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.


Vehicle entry fees

In this park, vehicle entry fees are $7 per vehicle per day.


Trees in Warrumbungle National Park have been impacted as a result of the 2013 bushfire and may fall without warning or drop branches.

Visitor areas and walking tracks have been assessed to ensure the safety of visitors. Areas outside these precincts, which do not have safety notices, have not been assessed and should not be entered.

For your safety do not sit, stand or camp under large trees or overhanging branches, especially during windy or wet conditions.

For more information contact the Coonabarabran Area office on (02) 6842 1311.


Coonabarabran (Warrumbungle National Park)

Phone: 02 6825 4364
Street address: Off John Renshway Parkway, Warrumbungle National Park
Opening hours: 9:00am-4:00pm, daily (closed Christmas Day)

View from Fan's Horizon lookout, Warrumbungle National Park. Photo: Rob Cleary