Barrington Tops National Park Walks

Natural Attractions

Barrington Tops National Park is full of contrasts. Carved out of an ancient volcano, the Park rises from near sea level to over 1500 metres. In the lower valleys, you’ll find World Heritage-listed subtropical rainforests. Up on the plateau, there is subalpine woodland which regularly sees snow in winter.

You can now join an enthusiastic group of local Volunteer Guides when visiting the magnificent World Heritage Listed Barrington Tops.

Guided walks are available in the Barrington Tops National Park at Blue Gum Loop trail in the Upper Williams and at Jerusalem Creek trail not far from Chichester Dam.

Bookings are essential via the Dungog Shire Visitors Information Centre. Arrangements for tour parties and groups can also be made with the Visitors Information Centre.

Come and see your World Heritage listed forest!

Facilities

Birdwatching Camping Carpark History & Heritage Nature & Wildlife Picnic Area Public Toilet Swimming Walk

Rates

Free Entry

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Photo courtesy Ivan Skaines

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