Highlights: This park is in the rugged escarpment terrain on the southern side of the New England Tablelands. Tall moist eucalypt forests dominate the park, but you'll find rainforests along creeks and on the south-facing slopes. This park protects the headwaters of the Barnard River, a major tributary of the Manning River. There are a number of waterfalls that can be best located on the Riamukka and Nowendoc 1:25000 topographic map.
Activities: The park will suit self-reliant bushwalkers and travellers looking for spectacular scenery. It has one designated basic camping area on Myall Creek. You can drive from the Myall Creek campground to Callaghans Canyon - drive south along the Myall Management Trail to the intersection with Callaghans Management Trail. Follow the trail to the turnaround at the end of the trail to view the canyon.
Access: 18.5 and 12 km north-west of the hamlet of Nowendoc, off Thunderbolts Way. Access is through Nowendoc State Forest.
Park map: Nowendoc National Park
Local map: showing Nowendoc National Park
NSW map: showing Nowendoc National Park
Australia map: showing Nowendoc National Park
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These maps give you a basic overview of features and facilities. They do not provide detailed information on topography and landscape, and may not be suitable for some activities. We recommend that you buy a topographic map before you go exploring.