Ideal for school and educational groups, wheelchair-accessible Deriah Aboriginal Information Bay, near Narrabri, offers insight into local Gamilaraay culture and history.
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Scutts Hut is a popular historic site within Mount Kaputar National Park. It’s a restored hut that shows a slice of early pioneer history.
Offering an overview of the surrounding region with unimpeded 360-degree views, Mount Kaputar Summit lookout is an easily-accessible stop with picnic tables.
Doug Sky lookout in Mount Kaputar National Park offers scenic views over north-west NSW and Warrumbungles.
Horton Falls lookout is in Horton Falls National Park near Horton Falls campground. The lookout is a great vantage point for viewing the waterfall and rock pools.
For scenic mountain views across the wilderness of Mount Kaputar National Park, enjoy West Kaputar lookout on a scenic car tour, near Narrabri.
Waa Gorge is one of Mount Kaputar National Park’s most stunning attractions, and this picnic area offers enough sights to enjoy the show over a long lunch.
Green Camp in Mount Kaputar National Park, in north west NSW, is the start of the incredible Yulludunida walking track.
Sawn Rocks picnic area is located at the start of Sawn Rocks walking track in Mount Kaputar National Park. It’s ideal for barbecues and picnics with scenic views of North West NSW.
Ideal for families, Upper Bullawa Creek picnic area offers a relaxing barbecue spot, with scenic views and birdwatching, in Mount Kaputar National Park, near Narrabri.
A highlight of Deriah Aboriginal Area, near Narrabri, is wheelchair-accessible Wagun picnic area. Ideal for families, the kids will love Culture Sculpture walk.
Jump on your mountain bike to check out the stunning scenery of Mount Kaputar National Park from behind your handle bars along Scutts Hut trail.
Kaputar scenic drive is a 20km driving route through dramatic landscapes, with access to lookouts, picnic spots and walking tracks.
Dawsons Spring nature trail is an easy walk from Dawsons Spring campground in Mount Kaputar National Park, near Narrabri. Great for families, you'll enjoy seasonal waterfalls, wildflowers and wildlife spotting.
Yulludunida walking track is a challenging 2.8km, 3-hour return hike in Mount Kaputar National Park offering panoramic scenic views across North West NSW.
Enjoy scenic mountain views over Grattai wilderness area from Governor lookout walking track.
Ideal for walking with kids, Euglah Rock walking track in Mount Kaputar National Park leads to a lookout offering stunning scenic views of Euglah Rock and beyond.
Corrunbral Borawah, also known as Governor Summit walking track, is a steep climb offering scenic mountain views and birdwatching, in Kaputar National Park.
Mount Coryah walking track offers scenic views of Euglah Rock and great birdwatching opportunities within Mount Kaputar National Park in the NSW North West slopes.
This easy walk beside a shady creek bed leads you to a spectacular rock formation - the unique, organ-pipe cliff face of Sawn Rocks and scenic views.
Waa Gorge walking track in Mount Kaputar National Park is a challenging walk through Grattai Wilderness Area and Waa Gorge, offering birdwatching opportunities and a great place to picnic.
Scutts Hut and Kurrawonga Falls walk is in Mount Kaputar National Park and near Narrabri. The track takes you past an early pioneer hut and down to Kurrawonga Falls.
Mill-bullah walking track in Mount Kaputar National Park leads to Mill-bullah waterholes, with a shady creek to rest by and plenty of birdwatching opportunities.