Coolah Tops National Park NSW
Location: Coolah Tops is 258 km northwest of Sydney. Sitting at the junction of the Warrumbungle and Liverpool ranges
Description: Sitting at the junction of the Warrumbungle and Liverpool ranges, Coolah Tops National Park is a beautiful landscape of giant grass trees, tall eucalypt forests and stands of huge snow gums. Spectacular views and see magnificent waterfalls on walking trails like The Falls link track, Racecourse track or Grasstrees track. Explore the other tracks the Bundella and Mullion track on your mountain bike. In addition birdwatchers should keep their eyes open, as Coolah Tops is home to an abundance of wildlife and birdlife. You might see wallabies, eagles, gliders and rare owls. Coolah Tops offers several waterfalls, spectacular views and lookouts and opportunities for camping in the bush, picnicking, birdwatching and bushwalking.
One of the most popular features of Coolah Tops is the giant grass trees which can be found throughout the Park. The best way to view them is to wander the two kilometre walking loop accessible from the Barracks Camping Area. Some trees on this track are thought to be more than 300 years old! Please note pets are not allowed in Coolah Tops National Park. The Forest Road (which is unsealed) running through the heart of the Park is generally suitable for conventional two wheel drive vehicles. Two wheel drive or four wheel drive vehicles should not use this road in wet weather. Finally Merriwa can not be accessed via the Jemmy’s Creek Trail.
Opening times: Accesible at all times, dependent on weather and conditions
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