Turon National Park

Highlights:
The open eucalypt forest and river oaks of historic Turon Valley were once the site of one of the state's major goldfields, and the area is rich in colonial and Aboriginal heritage. The river offers excellent trout fishing (fishing licence required).

 

Activities:
There are opportunities for remote bushwalking (no formal tracks) and there's car-based camping at Woolshed Flat and The Diggings. The river offers swimming and canoeing when the water is high.

 

Access:
150 km north-west of Sydney, via Capertee on the Lochaber Road. Roads are unpaved, and you'll need a 4WD vehicle.

 

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

 

 

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