Nymboida National Park

This is a large, remote, undeveloped wilderness park. It contains a range of dramatic landscapes, and is famous for the challenging white water on the Nymboida and Mann rivers.

 

There are no marked walking tracks, but there are plenty of opportunities for experienced and well-equipped walkers. Canoeing, swimming, fishing and nature study are also popular.

 

Getting there

This park is near...
Grafton (54 km, 75 minutes)

 

Best access routes
There is only one area in Nymboida National Park with visitor facilities: the remote, isolated Nymboida River campground on the eastern side of the park. All other areas of the park can be reached only through remote self-sufficient hiking or canoeing. Walkers and canoeists should be experienced and well prepared, and should leave itineraries with reliable people.

 

To get to the Nymboida River campground from Grafton, you can travel west along the Gwydir Highway through Ramornie village to the Ramornie Forest Road, a distance of 26km. Turn south onto the Ramornie Forest Road. Follow this road through Ramornie National Park then onto Nymboida National Park and the Nymboida River campground, a further 26km. 4WD vehicle required.
Road quality: unpaved sections

 

You can also get to the Nymboida River campground via the Old Glen Innes Road. Travel west along the Gwydir Highway from Grafton, and turn south onto the Old Glen Innes Road, 8km from Grafton. Travel along the Old Glen Innes Road a further 32km to the top of the Buccarumbi Range. Turn north onto the Doboy Road, travelling a further 24km to Nymboida National Park and the Nymboida River campground. 4WD vehicle required.
Road quality: unpaved sections.

 

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

 

 

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