Bucket List #41 Wander through Dorrigo National Park NSW

Although I lived for a short time in Dorrigo and for a few years in nearby Coffs Harbour, I had never really had a close up look through Dorrigo National Park. I had of course seen it from the outside on a regular basis when I was up and down the mountain.

The powers that be have done a great job of building an information centre, shop and cafe and a skywalk plus other walks throughout the park. The Skywalk is just a $2 donation to enter and gives you a great outlook atop the canopy. Then you can chose from a number of different walks within the park depending on time and energy levels. I did the Lyrebird Link track and part of the Crystal Shower Falls walk.

A great place to spend a couple of hours, half a day or even a full day. Picnic area with BBQ’s are available or the cafe sells good food. I only spent a couple of hours, dodging the occasional shower. And then when the showers stopped the heat can be quite oppressive. Well worth stopping though.

The Skywalk. No where near as good as the Tree Tops Walk at Pemberton WA but still great nonetheless.
Yeah I know. 5 o’clock shadow at 10.30 in the morning lol
Picnic area

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