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Ulidarra walking track

Ulidarra National Park

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Ulidarra walking track is a peaceful walk through the sub-tropical rainforest of Ulidarra National Park. 11km from Coffs Harbour and offering stunning views, it’s perfect for a day trip.

No wheelchair access
5km of trails
Time suggested
3 - 5hrs
Grade 5
What to
Drinking water, hat, raincoat, sturdy shoes, suitable clothing, first aid kit, personal locator beacon, sunscreen, snacks
Please note

This network of trails has some short and very steep hills on rocky surfaces. It requires a moderate level of fitness.

A short drive from Coffs Harbour, Ulidarra walking track is ideal if you’re looking for a quick nature escape. Winding through unspoilt forest, you can enjoy a feeling of isolation and tranquillity. And along the way you’ll also find scenic views over Coffs Harbour.

Starting from Sealy lookout in Orara East State Forest, you’ll follow the track into Ulidarra National Park and then reach a fork in the path. If you head right, you’ll tackle Ulidarra walking track anti-clockwise as it circles End Peak, the highest point in the park. If you head left you can walk the same track clockwise, or choose a shorter option, following a side-track as it loops around Peak Base walking track before heading back the way you came.

As you walk, you’ll notice the striking shift in vegetation. Below the walking track the area is covered by sub-tropical rainforest. While above the track, tall eucalypt forest dominates the environment.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

Also see

  • End Peak walking track, Ulidarra National Park. Photo: Rob Cleary © OEH

    End Peak walking track

    End Peak walking track is a challenging walk that offers rewarding panoramic views of Coffs Harbour from Ulidarra National Park’s highest point. It’s great for birdwatching and for a picnic with a view.


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