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Immerse yourself in the timeless wonder of the Gibraltar Range and Washpool World Heritage National Parks which offer 80km of scenic trails.
The Washpool Walk is a moderately challenging loop offering a rare opportunity to experience the ancient stands of World Heritage Gondwana Rainforest.
Starting from the Coombadjha campground, it’s an ideal hike for experienced walkers who enjoy spotting wildlife in pristine wilderness.
The track is clearly sign posted, winding through gentle hills it leads to one of the largest stands of coachwood forest in NSW.
The walk takes you past the spectacular waterfalls and has picnic and camping grounds along the way.
There are so many remarkable National Parks and walking tracks to discover in the region for more information on some of the most popular trails see;
Washpool walking track (8.5km loop)
Forest walking track - Gibraltar National Park (3.5km return)
Lyrebird Falls walking track (2km return)
Coombadjha nature stroll (1.4km loop)
Tommys Rock lookout and walking track (8km return)
Dandahra Crags walking track (3km loop)
Mystery Face Walk (2.6km loop)
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