Stonewoman Aboriginal Area
All the practical information you need to know about Stonewoman Aboriginal Area .
Getting there and parking
Get driving directions
- Follow New Valley Road (Ruby Street) south for 700m, then turn right onto Kempton Road.
- Follow Kempton Road for 3km before continuing straight ahead on what becomes Long Gully Road
- Continue along Long Gully Road for 2km to the carpark adjacent to Long Creek. You may then either drive or walk a further 300m to a pedestrian gate in the fence.
- If visiting by coach, park on the Tingha side of Long Gully Creek so the coach doesn’t bottom out and get stuck due to a steep incline.
Park entry points
- Tingha Stonewoman carpark See on map
Best times to visit
Stonewoman Aboriginal Area is a great place to visit any time of the year. It can become quite hot during the summer months, but the relatively short walk to the site means well-prepared walkers should not experience any difficulty.
Weather, temperature and rainfall
14.2°C and 29.6°C
0.9°C and 15.6°C
The area’s highest recorded rainfall in one day
Maps and downloads
- in the Country NSW region
Stonewoman Aboriginal Area is always open but may have to be closed at times due to fire danger or if Long Creek is flooded, as it is needed to access the site.
Glen Innes office
02 6739 0700
Contact hours: Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm.
- 68 Church Street, Glen Innes NSW 2370
- Glen Innes office
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