Antarctic Beech Track

Barrington Tops National Park

A loop track that passes through large stands of Antarctic Beech and fern filled gullies.

Bird Watching

Getting there

Travel south from Gloucester and turn right into Gloucester Tops Rd.  This road is partly gravel and crosses a number of flood ways.  After you drive through the National Park campsite travel another 18km to the top of the plateau.  This walk is before you reach the day use area on the left opposite the river track.  


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Route/Trail notes

This loop track begins and ends on the same track. If travelling in an anticlockwise direction you will come to a beautiful fern gully with a small waterfall before the track splits again.  The track on the left is shorter and takes you past another waterfall. 


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Other References

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This was the last of the three tracks that we walked as part of a circuit, and was definitely our favourite. There is a very steep descent down to the fern gully which was our favourite part of this walk. We were grateful not to be walking back up that hill. We saw where the track divided but the left hand Track was quite blocked by a fallen tree so we took the longer track.

Ian and Sue on 30 Dec, 2016


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