|FACILITIES AVAILABLE IN THIS PARK as known March, 2007"|
Washpool National Park lies to the north east of Glen Innes (75Km) and west of Grafton (90Km). Access to the park is gained by travelling through a part of the Gibralter Range National Park after leaving the Gwydir Highway. It is only a short distance from the highway to the start of the park but the visitor will not really appreciate its full beauty unless you travel well into the park.
Camping (fees applicable) is available at both the Bellbird and Coombadjha Rest Areas. From these two points there are a number of excellent walks available that will give the visitor a great insight into the wonderful flora and fauna of the area.
This park is an area of world heriatge rainforest wilderness which includes the world's largest stand of coachwood trees.
|Views of Washpool National Park|
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