Gibraltar Range National Park

Summary

Nestled between Grafton and Glen Innes, Gibraltar Range National Park has a diverse set of features including world heritage listed rainforest and spectacular granite boulders.

Popular Walks

Parent Regions

History

Any interesting history for the region?

Features

What are the standout bushwalking features?

Access

The park can be found from either Glen Innes or Grafton off the Gwydir Highway. 

Maps

The following 1:25000 maps cover the park:

  • Cangai 9338-I-N (for the central section of the park)
  • Glen Elgin 9338-IV-N (for the western section of park)
  • Coombadjha 9339-II-S (for the northern section of park)

Accommodation

Camping

Camping is available at both Mulligans Camping Ground and Boundary Falls. Details are on the NSW DECC website

Other

Contact details

NSW DECC - http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/NationalParks/parkCamping.aspx?id=N0012

Easy
45 km return
4.5 days

Gibraltar-Washpool World Heritage Walk

The heritage loop walk can be joined and exited at numerous points along its length. A range of flora from sub alpine to temperate rainforest and heath. Wildflowers displays are prolific. Reptiles are numerous. Many granite outcrops to explore with the Haystack and Dandahra Crags being two of the best. The distance stated does not include side trips. Plenty of creeks and swimming holes.

Easy
6 km
2.5 hrs

The Needles

Look out over six spectacular granite columns rising out of Dandahra Gorge.