Mount Budawang trail

Natural Attractions

This is bushwalking at its best for those with a keen sense of adventure. Threading through a diverse range of environments – grassy woodland, wet gullies, montane forest and grassland at the top – you’re exposed to a terrific cross-section of what makes Budawang National Park wilderness. The rare Budawang wallaby grass, for example, is only found on the summits of Mount Budawang and Currockbilly Mountain.
Bring binoculars for birdwatching, too – crescent honeyeaters and olive whistlers are known to frequent higher areas of the park. The ascent is about 430m up a steep-sided mountain range, but the scenic views from Mount Budawang are tremendous, with 360-degree views of the surrounding area. To the north, along the Budawang Range, are the Castle and Pigeon House Mountain Didthul. To the east are Durras Mountain and the NSW coast. Down below is the forested Clyde River valley, and further afield west you can see all the way to Braidwood’s Mount Gillamatong.

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Penance Grove walking track boardwalk, Monga National Park. Photo: Lucas Boyd

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Budawang National Park

Budawang National Park

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Corn Trail walking track path, Monga National Park. Photo: Lucas Boyd

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Monga National Park

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