Brindle Creek Walking track

Border Ranges National Park
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A beautiful walk starting at Brindle Creek Picnic Area, Border Ranges National Park. Stunning rainforest with well maintained track. Numerous easy creek crossing and a waterfall with large boulders you can sit on for a relaxing lunch break mid walk. The track is moderate (easy in many places) but the distance and time it takes is deceiving. We left at 11am and did not complete the walk which is 5.5 - 6km each way depending on which sign you read. A great winter walk but leave by 9am as the rainforest gets dark early.

Getting there

How do you get to the start of the walk? Drive to  Brindle Creek Picnic Area which is within the Border Ranges National Park and past Forest Tops campground.  The road is very well signposted and suitable for 2WD in dry weather


Which maps cover the area? Basic maps available at Kyogle information centre. Topgraphic map is BRAYS CREEK 9541-3S Third Edition available at Kyogle Information Centre.

Route/Trail notes

A detailed description of the walk!


Do you need any permits? What's the cost? Daily vehicle NSW National Park entry fee of $8.00 (as of May 2016)

Other References

How can I find more info? Any guide books?



GPS Tracks

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My 5,6 & 8 year old kids did this hike with me.

Jesse on 25 Apr, 2019

Great walk. Selva Falls were the highlight. Had two large fallen trees blocking the way at both ends but was easy to find the trail again.

lvxxv on 11 Sep, 2016


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