Mt Dromedary (Gulaga)

New South Wales

A solid half-day walk to the top of an extinct volcano and Aboriginal cultural site.

No Dogs Permitted
Rainforest
Eucalypt Forest
Maximum Elevation
797m
Total Climb
750m

Getting there

Starts in Central Tilba (about 5 hours south of Sydney). No public transport available.

Maps

Central Tilba 1:25,000 (89253N)

Route/Trail notes

Walk starts near Pam's Store, and follows a dirt road as it climbs towards Gulaga National Park. After about 1km, the road is closed to traffic, but remains a 4WD track. At a saddle near the top there is an unnmarked track to a site of Aboriginal significance, and narrow and steep (marked) track to the summit.

Permits/Costs

Nil.

Other References

https://hikingtheworld.blog/2017/01/05/mt-dromedary-gulaga/

 

Comments

Pleasant and shaded walk on an old 4WD track; the last section is steep as it goes through rainforest to the summit. No views from the top.
]https://hikingtheworld.blog/2017/01/05/mt-dromedary-gulaga/

Oliver Descoeudres on 5 Jan, 2017

Where

Click here to load this map.

Done this walk?

This walk has been ticked 1 times

Aussie Bushwalking can keep track of your bushwalks.

Login/signup to tick this walk off.