Oolambeyan National Park
All the practical information you need to know about Oolambeyan National Park.
Getting there and parking
Get driving directions
- Take Sturt Highway east towards Narrandera
- Turn right onto Carrathool-Conargo Road
- Turn right onto unsealed Gum Creek Road
- Turn right onto Oolambeyan Road, which leads to the homestead
- Please note the road into the park isn’t accessible after rain
Park entry points
- Oolambeyan Road See on map
Check out the Bicycle information for NSW website for more information.
By public transport
Oolambeyan National Park is not accessible by public transport.
Best times to visit
There are lots of great things waiting for you in Oolambeyan National Park. Here are some of the highlights.
See Oolambeyan Homestead's roses in full bloom during autumn The colour changes in the landscape and the clear days make for lovely walking and beautiful photographs .
Rainbow bee-eaters migrate to the park, and these small, brightly coloured birds can be seen around the homestead. Wildflowers, such as paper daisies and darling peas, are in full bloom and carpet the landscape in yellow, white, purple and green .
This is the best time of year to see superb parrots which migrate here to feed in the cypress pines and boree woodland.
Weather, temperature and rainfall
15°C and 33°C
4°C and 18°C
The area’s highest recorded rainfall in one day
Maps and downloads
There are no designated campgrounds in Oolambeyan National Park. Free camping is not permitted. You can camp nearby at Murrumbidgee Valley Regional Park and Murrumbidgee Valley National Park.
NSW national parks are no smoking areas.
- in the Murray-Riverina region
Oolambeyan National Park is open from 6am to 8pm but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.
02 6966 8100
Contact hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm. Closed 1pm to 2pm.
- 200 Yambil Street, Griffith NSW 2680
- Griffith office
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