Border Ranges 360 experiences
Border Ranges National Park
Discover some of the rare and remarkable animals, plants and habitats that make Border Ranges National Park special, with our interactive 360-degree images.
The Border Ranges is a special place where primitive plants and animals have evolved and landscapes have barely changed in millions of years. As a refuge for many threatened species, some areas in the park have been declared Assets of Intergenerational Significance, giving them extra protections.
Swipe, zoom and click the popup pins to explore each 360 experience. Or, view a text version.
Rainforest creek 360 tour
Discover the endangered and enigmatic animals and plants that make their home in the rainforest creek habitats of Border Ranges National Park.
Escarpment 360 tour
Learn more about the threatened species and tough life in and around the rocky escarpment habitats of Border Ranges National Park.
Antarctic beech forest 360 tour
Explore the high-altitude Antarctic beech forest habitats of Border Ranges National Park, and uncover the amazing species that take refuge here.
Eucalypt forest 360 tour
Take a tour of the open eucalypt forest and grassland habitat of Border Ranges National Park to see some extraordinary and endangered animals and plants that live here.
Protecting our native plants and animals
Border Ranges National Park forms part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area, home to the highest concentration of mammals, birds, reptiles and frog species in Australia.
While native plants and animals in NSW parks and reserves are protected under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974, some threatened species and sensitive habitats in this park have been given extra protection as Assets of Intergenerational Significance. These include: Fleay's barred frog, Loveridge's frog, rufous scrub-bird, eastern bristlebird, border mallee, Wollumbin dogwood, and Border Ranges daisy.