Centenary of Federation Track

New South Wales

The walk starts at the Cobar Heritage Centre and moves south around the Newey Reservoir, where there are opportunities to view the abundant bird life. The track includes numerous interpretive panels, which focus on local flora and fauna, as well as the history of the town's mining.

Bird Watching
Picnic Facilities
Toilets
Dogs Permitted
Eucalypt Forest
274m
Maximum Elevation
21m
Total Climb

Getting there:

Once in Cobar, head to the Heritage Centre/Visitor Centre on Nyngan Road, where there is ample parking. 

Maps:

Maps are available from the Heritage Centre.

Route/Trail notes:

From the Heritage Centre, head back towards town and take the first left down Lewis Street along the side of the slag dump. The track at the end heads around the golf course and then Newey Reservoir Wetland, before coming out onto Woodiwiss Avenue, where you turn right and head into town and back to the start (2.4km).

Permits/Costs:

None.

Other References/Comments:

None found.

Comments

Interesting walk, aided by the numerous information panels and bird life around the reservoir. A little confusing with the roadside walk back through town to the start.

F.A.B. on 23 May, 2019

Easy walk and informative through bushland.

Ian and Sue on 2 Jun, 2015

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