Fans Horizon walking track is a short but steep hike in Warrumbungle National Park, near Coonabarabran. Climb from Pincham carpark to the lookout for spectacular views of the Grand High Tops area.
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Bluff Mountain walking track rewards experienced, fit bushwalkers with Warrumbungle National Park’s best views. This very long and challenging steep hike climbs past spectacular rock spires and domes—up to the summit of Bluff Mountain.
Breadknife and Grand High Tops walk in Warrumbungle National Park, regarded as one of the best walks in NSW, offers close up views of the park’s iconic rock formations.
Take a self-guided tour along the Sandstone Caves walking track to see ancient Aboriginal rock art. For more of an insight into Aboriginal history, book a guided tour.
You’ll discover a haven for birdlife and wildlife along Wambelong Nature walking track, with koalas, kangaroos and emus in Warrumbungle National Park, near Coonabarabran.
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.
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.
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.
Best approached by experienced bushwalkers and visitors with moderate fitness, Belougery Split Rock walking track leads to stunning views and some terrific birdwatching.
Bald Hill Creek Falls picnic area is in Coolah Tops National Park, near The Pines campground. It’s a great stop on the walk to Bald Hill waterfall, which cascades over basalt rock formations.
Norfolk Falls picnic area is in Coolah Tops National Park near The Barracks and Coxs Creek campgrounds. It’s a lovely rest stop when exploring the park’s beautiful waterfalls, walks and lookouts.