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Gondwana Rainforests afternoon tea

Oxley Wild Rivers National Park


Be part of the Gondwana Rainforests 25th anniversary celebration at Oxley Wild Rivers National Park. Enjoy the spectacular Tia Falls on this short walk. We'll even have some cake and a cuppa after.


Sunday 9 June 2019, 1pm to 4pm.

Oxley Wild Rivers National Park
Medium. Suitable for all ages. Some unsealed sections of track.
Entry fees
Park entry fees apply
Meeting point
Meet at Tia Falls picnic area
What to
Drinking water, hat, snacks, sturdy shoes, sunscreen
Bookings not required. For more information, call the NPWS Walcha office on 02 6777 4700

Experience the World Heritage-listed Gondwana Rainforest by visiting Tia Falls. Only an hour from Armidale, this guided walk offers magnificent views of the rugged gorge and stunning falls. Learn about the park from a local NSW National Parks ranger while you look out over the rainforest and Tia Gorge.

If we're feeling adventurous, we'll cross Tia River footbridge for even more spectacular views. Depending on how far we feel like travelling, we'll walk between 1.5km and 6.5km. The longer walk has a few short, steep sections on unsealed track.

After the walk, enjoy a celebratory cake and a cuppa on us.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

Park info

  • in Oxley Wild Rivers National Park in the North Coast and Country NSW regions
  • Oxley Wild Rivers National Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.

  • There are 3 areas in Oxley Wild Rivers National Park where you'll need day use vehicle permits: Halls Peak campground and picnic area, Riverside campground and picnic area, and Youdales Hut campground and picnic area. Day use vehicle permits can be bought online or by calling the National Parks Contact Centre on 1300 072 757. If camping, permit fees are included in the campground fee.

    Buy an annual pass.
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Tia Falls, Oxley Wild Rivers National Park. Photo: Gerhard Koertner