Toorale and Gundabooka Nature Tourism Action Plan

The National Parks and Wildlife Service has developed the Toorale and Gundabooka Nature Tourism Action Plan to guide the establishment and revitalisation of visitor experiences in two outstanding areas of natural beauty and cultural importance – Toorale and Gundabooka national parks and state conservation areas – which are found on the doorstep of the iconic north-west NSW town of Bourke.

1 January 2012
NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
Publication, Guide
  • ISBN 978-1-74293-566-9
  • ID OEH20120271
  • File PDF 466KB
  • Pages 4
  • Name toorale-gundabooka-nature-tourism-action-plan-120271.pdf

The strategy has been prepared to guide the establishment of Toorale as an attractive destination for visitors. At the same time, facilities at Gundabooka will be enhanced to ensure that visitors to these parks, and to the region, have a rewarding outback experience.

These parks contain diverse and spectacular landscapes extending from the rocky red ranges - with Mt Gundabooka as the centrepiece - across to the floodplains and wetlands of both the Darling and Warrego Rivers.

The long and ongoing connection of Aboriginal people to these places provides a tapestry of stories to be shared. Both parks have a fascinating and significant history extending from the early settlement days to the present.