Warrabah National Park

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For self-catering accommodation in Warrabah National Park, near Tamworth, Uralla and Armidale, Muluerindie offers a self-contained weekend escape right on Namoi River.

Accommodation Details
Accommodation type Cabin
Where 784 Stone Hut Road, Warrabah, NSW, 2346 - in Warrabah National Park
Maximum guests 6
Facilities Picnic tables, barbecue facilities, drinking water, showers, toilets, outdoor furniture, indoor fireplace, kitchen, plates and cutlery, pots and pans, rubbish bin
What to bring Bed sheets, pillows, pillow cases, blankets, towels, food supplies
Bookings Book online or call the National Parks Contact Centre on 1300 072 757.
Please note
  • Check-in time is 2pm. Check-out time is 10am.
  • You will be emailed a PIN combination to unlock the key security box for the cabin. Fees apply for lost keys.
  • You can only reach this property with a 4WD.
  • The property is in a remote location, so it’s a good idea to pick up your supplies before you arrive.

Muluerindie in Warrabah National Park offers visitors a weekend bush escape, with some of the comforts of home you might miss while camping. This lovely hand-built stone cabin has been refurbished so that it retains its original charm, complete with natural granite walls and open fireplace. It now also features lavish touches, including beautiful big glass windows and doors opening out onto a large timber deck overlooking Namoi River.

Accessed by 4WD only, it’s a wonderfully peaceful and secluded place to arrive and settle into before venturing off to explore the park. Located just a short walk from some of the park’s popular fishing holes and the spectacular granite boulders on the river, you’ll find plenty to do nearby with nothing to distract you.

Simply unwind, relax and enjoy the sound of the rushing river and local wildlife. The solar-powered cabin can accommodate up to 6 people in its open plan design and features a combined lounge and dining area, and a well-equipped kitchen.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info


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All the practical information you need to know about Muluerindie.

Getting there and parking

Muluerindie is located within Warrabah National Park, 60km (1hr) west of Uralla, via Retreat Road.

You can approach from:

  • Uralla on the New England Highway
  • Manilla (in the west) via Halls Creek Road then onto Stone Hut Road
  • Inverell (in the north) through Kingstown via Kingstown Road
  • Bendemeer (in the south) via Retreat Road

Detailed directions will be provided in your booking confirmation.

Road quality

The roads to Muluerindie are mostly gravel, you'll need a 4WD to reach the property.

  • Unsealed roads

Vehicle access

  • All roads require 4WD vehicle

Weather restrictions

  • All weather


Parking is available at the property.

Best times to visit

There are lots of great things waiting for you in Warrabah National Park. Here are some of the highlights.


Make the most of the cooler days to explore some of the park's more heart-pumping bushwalks.


A lovely time to enjoy picnicking by the river, indulging in wildlife and nature photography, birdwatching, and bushwalking.


Cool off from the heat in the lovely Namoi River with a swim and a splash, enjoy a spot of fishing, or take on a bracing canoeing adventure.


The park is often quiet at this time of year, yet doesn't get too cold, so it's a good opportunity to go bushwalking and birdwatching in solitude.

Weather, temperature and rainfall

Summer temperature


17°C and 32°C

Highest recorded


Winter temperature


0°C and 18°C

Lowest recorded



Wettest month


Driest month


The area’s highest recorded rainfall in one day



  • Muluerindie is eco-friendly accommodation and uses a combination of solar and gas power
  • The cabin is open plan with no interior walls
  • Bedding configuration: 2 queen beds with 2 single trundle beds, 1 single day bed with 1 single trundle bed.
  • Lounge seating, a dining table, breakfast bench.
  • The amenities are housed in separate structures adjacent to the cabin
  • Bed sheets, pillows and blankets are not provided. Bring your own.
  • Bring your own tea towels
  • There is no television, phone or stereo at the cabin
  • There is a clothesline
  • Please leave the cabin clean and tidy with all kitchen items washed up and put away. Additional fees may be charged for any unreasonable cleaning required or missing / broken items.


  • Flush toilets

Picnic tables

Barbecue facilities

There is a covered area with seating and a fire pit. Some firewood is supplied, please use conservatively. The gas barbecue is located on the deck.

Drinking water

Some rainwater is available at the property but you'll need to treat or boil it before drinking. Shower, basin and toilet flush water is pumped from the river.


  • Hot showers

Outdoor furniture

Large timber deck with outdoor seating and gas barbecue overlooking the Namoi river.

Indoor fireplace

An indoor slow combustion fireplace (firewood supplied) sits in the centre of the cabin.


Gas stove and oven, three-quarter size fridge and kettle.

Plates and cutlery

Pots and pans

Rubbish bin

Place food scraps, recycling and rubbish in the garbage bins provided outside or extra cleaning charges may apply.

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Fire safety

During periods of fire weather, the Commissioner of the NSW Rural Fire Service may declare a total fire ban for particular NSW fire areas, or statewide. Learn more about total fire bans and fire safety.

In the event of bushfires, be mindful that the cabin is accessed via a narrow timbered road and it may be safest to remain at the cabin or on the river. There is a fire extinguisher mounted next to the rubbish bin in the kitchen and a fire hose on the southern side of the building.

Fishing safety

Fishing from a boat, the beach or by the river is a popular activity for many national park visitors. If you’re planning a day out fishing, check out these fishing safety tips.

Mobile safety

Mobile phone service is not available at Muluerindie. Service can be gained at high points on Stone Hut Road to Muluerindie before the locked gates. We recommend that you check service while driving to the cabin.

River and lake safety

The aquatic environment around rivers, lakes and lagoons can be unpredictable. If you're visiting these areas, take note of these river and lake safety tips.


Disability access level - easy

The cabin, detached shower and toilet, timber deck and surrounding pathways are wheelchair friendly. There is no access to the river for wheelchairs.


Gathering firewood

Collecting firewood or kindling from the bushland anywhere within Warrabah National Park is not permitted.



Pets and domestic animals (other than certified assistance animals) are not permitted. Find out which regional parks allow dog walking and see the pets in parks policy for more information.


NSW national parks are no smoking areas.

Learn more

Muluerindie is in Warrabah National Park. Here are just some of the reasons why this park is special:

A river runs through it

River winding thought the rocks, Warrabah National Park. Photo: David Young

The soothing atmosphere and scenery created by the impressive Namoi River is surpassed by few national parks and must be seen to be fully appreciated. Huge granite boulders tower above the valley's deep, tranquil pools, while the rushing rapids are a highly enjoyable challenge for experienced canoeists.

Amazing animals

River and mountains, Warrabah National Park. Photo: David Young

The park is home to plenty of interesting animals, which you'll encounter throughout your visit. You might spot eastern grey kangaroos, common wallaroos and red-necked wallabies in the fields and forests at dawn and dusk. Platypus can be seen on rare occasions splashing along the river in waterholes during the late afternoon too. At night, common brushtail possums and sugar gliders can be caught foraging in the Kurrajong trees. Common reptiles here include lace monitors, southern spotted velvet geckos and red-bellied black snakes. Namoi River even provides habitat for the vulnerable Bell's turtle, which is found only within the Namoi/Gwydir catchment. Be sure to bring your binoculars if you enjoy bird watching because over 120 species of birds have been sighted here, from robins, rosellas and cockatoos to wedge-tailed eagles and wrens, just to name a few.

Gone fishing

View from the cabin, Warrabah National Park. Photo: David Young

Keen fishers will be delighted at the freshwater fish species that can be caught here, including the delicious Murray cod and freshwater catfish, as well as several smaller species, such as the western carp gudgeon.

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