Highlights: From the Cunnawarra Range to the Georges River valley, this park links the snow gum high country of New England National Park with the ranges of Oxley Wild Rivers National Park.
Activities: Beech Lookout (on the Styx Forest Way) overlooks ancient Antarctic beech rainforest at the headwaters of the Georges Creek. White gums in the surrounding forests are some of the tallest trees in the state. Nearby Wattle Flat and Georges Junction provide campsites, and a good base to enjoy quiet forest drives through remote ranges.
Access: 70 km south-west of Dorrigo, 70 km east of Armidale. The Styx Forest Way, off the Waterfall Way, loops through the park via Point Lookout Road and the Wollomombi-Kempsey road (unpaved roads).
View the National parks and reserves of the North Coast brochure [PDF 1.9 MB] for highlights, activities and overview map of some of the parks from the Macleay River to the Clarence Valley.
Park map: Cunnawarra National Park
Local map: showing Cunnawarra National Park
NSW map: showing Cunnawarra National Park
Australia map: showing Cunnawarra National Park
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