Spring Gully Conservation Park

National Parks and Reserves

Spring Gully Conservation Park has a steep, undulating terrain that leads into the creek bed of Spring Gully. From Blue Gum Lookout take a walk through grassy woodlands to a seasonal waterfall that plunges from a height of 18 metres after rain.

Enjoy a picnic or admire the wildflowers and orchids that bloom in spring. You may even see western grey kangaroos, euros and common brushtail possums. Prior to European settlement, the grassy-woodlands and open grasslands provided an abundance of food for the Ngadjuri people.

Facilities

Birdwatching Carpark Hiking Picnic Area Walks

Rates

Free Entry

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