Bindarri National Park

Highlights:
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.

 

Activities:
There are currently no facilities, although backpack camping and bushwalking are possible if you're keen to explore the park's remote forests.

 

Access:
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

 

 

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