A family friendly day trip, Gloucester Falls picnic area offers walking, picnicking, rainforest, and waterfalls in Barrington Tops National Park, between Stroud and Gloucester.
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Gloucester Tops picnic area is a great place to enjoy a picnic or barbecue lunch. It’s close to some of the best short walks in Barrington Tops National Park.
Hidden Treasure picnic area is the ideal spot for a picnic or barbecue as well as the access point for the park’s walking tracks and guided tour of Mountain Maid gold mine.
An ideal pit stop on a touring or camping holiday, Honeysuckle picnic area offers scenic views and walking in World Heritage-listed Barrington Tops National Park.
For a day trip in the rainforest, remote Jerusalem Creek picnic area offers walking, picnicking, and birdwatching in the wilderness of Barrington Tops National Park near Dungog.
Pack your lunch and head to Lagoon Pinch picnic area, near Williams River in Barrington Tops National Park, which offers picnicking, walking, birdwatching, and scenic views.
Williams River picnic area is a great day out in the park and is easily accessible from Dungog. Take a barbecue or picnic lunch and explore easy walking tracks nearby.
Take a break at Cobark Park picnic area to plan your adventures in the plateau region of Barrington Tops National Park—1 hour from Gloucester.
The short and easy walking track to Thunderbolts lookout offers scenic mountain views across the plateau region of Barrington Tops National Park wilderness, between Scone and Gloucester.
Polblue Falls walk sits on the plateau of World Heritage-listed Barrington Tops National Park, between Scone and Gloucester. It’s a short walk that offers views of the largest waterfall in the park.