Kaputar Scenic Drive

Natural Attractions

Kaputar scenic drive is a 20 kilometre driving route through dramatic landscapes, with access to lookouts, picnic spots and walking tracks.

Spectacular Nandewar volcanoes have left behind a landscape of dramatic shapes and atmospheric hideaways, tucked throughout Mount Kaputar National Park for the curious traveller.

A great way to take in all the area has to offer is by hitting the road and driving along Kaputar scenic drive, which ascends about 1,100 metres in altitude as it snakes up the mountainside. The beautiful plant life changes as you climb, with wildflowers like golden wattle in September and white tea tree in the warmer months. The drive finishes at the summit of Mount Kaputar. Be sure to bring your binoculars for birdwatching while you’re there, or simply take in the wonderful views.

One of the best things about this driving route is it can reach the quieter corners of the park, like stunning Doug Sky lookout, or Bark Hut, which is a perfect place to picnic. There are barbecues at Dawsons Spring and plenty of walking tracks along the way.

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View from the lookout, Mount Kaputar Summit walk. Photo: Rob Cleary Copyright:NSW Government

Mount Kaputar Summit Walk

Kaputar, Narrabri

Waa Gorge walking track, Mount Kaputar National Park. Photo: Jessica Stokes

Waa Gorge Walking Track

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Wagun picnic area

Wagun picnic area

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Mill-bullah walking track, Mount Kaputar National Park. Photo: Jessica Stokes

Mill-bullah Walking Track

Berrigal, Moree Plains

Mount Coryah walking track, Mount Kaputar National Park. Photo: Ian Smith

Mount Coryah Walking Track

Kaputar, Narrabri

Euglah Rock walking track, Mount Kaputar National Park. Photo: Jessica Stokes

Euglah Rock Walking Track

Kaputar, Narrabri