Oolambeyan National Park
Oolambeyan was once famous for its merino stud, and these days it offers an insight into the pastoral history of the region. The homestead is surrounded by gardens and overlooks the surrounding woodlands and open grassland plains. The grasslands are home to threatened birds such as the bush stone curlew, superb parrot and plains-wanderer, as well as many other interesting animals and plants.
Wander around the homestead and gardens, shearing shed, ram sheds and other historic buildings, and watch the woodland birds and kangaroos.
The park is 30km south of Carrathool and the Sturt Highway, off the Conargo-Carrathool Road through private property. Please note that this road is unsealed and impassable after rain.
Information for this National Park has been supplied courtesy of The New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service