Greater Blue Mountains drive – Wollondilly trail
Bargo State Conservation Area
All the practical information you need to know about Greater Blue Mountains drive – Wollondilly trail.
Getting there and parking
Get driving directions
Wollondilly trail is part of Greater Blue Mountains drive. To get there:
- Join Greater Blue Mountains drive in Nattai National Park and travel east along Burragorang Road. Continue all the way to The Oaks, or turn right onto Barkers Lodge Road and head south.
- Travelling along Barkers Lodge Road along the eastern side of Nattai National Park takes you to Picton.
- Exit Picton via Thirlmere Way which takes you to Thirlmere Lakes National Park and Bargo State Recreation Area.
- Travel over the Hume Highway and follow signs to Mittagong, where this part of the Greater Blue Mountains drive ends.
Best times to visit
There are lots of great things waiting for you in Nattai National Park. Here are some of the highlights.
Mild weather and misty mornings; a great time to explore some of the longer hikes in the park, including Starlight's trail and Couridjah Corridor walk.
Enjoy the incredible array of wildflowers that cover the ground in the rainforests and the mild weather.
Swim or canoe in the lakes and rivers.
Weather, temperature and rainfall
22°C and 27°C
12°C and 15°C
The area’s highest recorded rainfall in one day
Maps and downloads
If you're travelling through a national park or reserve on a public road you can have pets inside your vehicle. However, you must keep them inside your vehicle while driving through national parks or reserves. You must also comply with any conditions in the park’s plan of management, and you cannot stop to visit the park or use park facilities (unless for safety reasons, or to use publicly accessible toilets).
NSW national parks are no smoking areas.