Bindarri National Park
The headwaters of the Urumbilum River offer spectacular waterfalls in a remote and rugged setting. Pockets of old-growth forest are scattered across the plateau and rainforest protects the steeper slopes.
There are currently no facilities, although backpack camping and bushwalking are possible if you're keen to explore the park's remote forests.
20 km west of Coffs Harbour, via Corfes Road from near Ulong, or Pine Road from Dairyville (both unpaved, dry-weather roads; 4WD access only on Pine, Langleys and Urumbilum Roads).
Information for this National Park has been supplied courtesy of The New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service