Fortis Creek National Park

The extensive old-growth forest of Fortis Creek is a refuge for threatened animals and plants and the landscape of dense forest and ancient trees will delight nature lovers. There are no facilities, but you can enjoy bushwalking, swimming, picnicking or birdwatching.

 

The park has extensive areas of blackbutt, bloodwood, spotted gum, grey gum, needlebark, stringybark and ironbark. Threatened animals living in the park include koalas, common bent-wing bats and great pipistrelles.

 

Getting there

This park is near...
Grafton (20 km)

 

Best access routes
Fortis Creek National Park is just inland from the north coast of NSW, approximately 630 km from Sydney. Driving from Grafton, travel 20 km south along Summerland Way, off Coaldale Road. The park is adjacent to the south-west edge of Banyabba Nature Reserve and was formerly part of the Fortis Creek State Forest.
Road quality: paved

 

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

 

 

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