Yarriabini National Park

Highlights:
The park's steep coastal foothills sustain old-growth forests providing a haven for a range of threatened species. Enjoy stunning views from the prominent Mount Yarrahapinni (498m), which is significant to the local Gumbayngirr and Thungutti Aboriginal peoples.

 

Activities:
Picnic at The Pines picnic area, set among hoop pine and flooded gum, or enjoy a short rainforest walk. Drive to the towers for panoramic coastal views.

 

Access:
50km north of Kempsey, 10km south of Macksville. Take Way Way Forest Drive off Scotts Head Road, or Grassy Head Road from the Pacific Highway. Unpaved roads.

 


 

 


 

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

 

 

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