Cascade National Park
The Cascade National Park of subtropical and warm temperate rainforest, covers an area of approximately 3620 hectares, surrounding the village of Cascade.

Highlights:
Beautiful subtropical and warm temperate rainforest, including booyong, crabapple and coachwood trees, surround the village of Cascade. The forest is an important habitat for many upland rainforest amphibians, such as the giant barred frog, stuttering frog and pouched frog.

 

Activities:
The Box Ridge walking track (1 km medium grade) takes you through a delightful corner of the park.

 

Access:
18 km north of Dorrigo on the Cascade Road (unpaved).

 

Information for this National Park has been supplied courtesy of  The New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service

 

 

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