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Weddin Mountains National Park, near Grenfell, consists of a small rocky range of mountains and provides a great day out for all the family to enjoy.
Home of Ben Hall’s Cave, the land is blessed with beautiful scenery and abundant wildlife. A short bushwalk up rugged hillside takes you to a cave overhang reputed to be a bushrangers' haunt — Ben Hall’s Cave is named after one of the area's most infamous rogues.
On a clear day, the mountain can be seen towering above the landscape from over 50km away. Watching it gradually fill the horizon is one of the real treats of a scenic drive around the park.
The journey around the base of the mountain en route to Ben Hall’s campground and picnic area is outstanding and ideally suited to both bicycle and car touring. Those who prefer a bushwalk through rogue land will be equally as pleased with the scenery.
View the Weddin Mountains National Park brochure (PDF, 1.3 MB).
Park map: Weddin Mountains National Park
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