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Barrington Tops National Park

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Barrington Tops National Park

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Teresa N wrote a review Feb 2021
Medowie, Australia1,102 contributions173 helpful votes
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Our visit was at Jerusalem Creek Trail located at the southern end of the park not far from the town of Dungog. It is listed as a grade 4 walk and is 2km one way. This means that you have to retrace your steps or walk along the road. From the creek trail car park it is a steep up hill climb crossing over a couple of bridges. My research told me the walk was along the creek, but there were only a couple of places where it could be seen. Almost at the end of the walk there is a viewing platform for the falls, but sadly, even with all the rain recently there wasn’t much water. Most of the walk was on a leaf covered track with not much to see along the way. The ground was a little damp in areas and we did encounter leaches in our shoes. We have done many walks and sadly this one was a bit of a disappointment for us. If you just want to see the falls drive a little further up the road and park at the Jerusalem Creek picnic area. From here it is only a 2 minute walk to the falls.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Anita T wrote a review Aug 2020
Forster, Australia10,889 contributions884 helpful votes
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We love visiting Barrington Tops National Park. The walks are fabulous and the views from the lookouts are breathtaking. Not often can you have views with no sign of habitation. When we visited it was quite cool, 4 degrees at lunchtime on a sunny day. We had a bbq lunch at Pol Blue while watching the Brumbies grazing on the other side of the highland swamp. Just watch the Kookaburras and Currawongs that really try very hard to share your sausages. Also take care on the road. It is really chopped up after the recent snow but we did manage it with our 2 wheel drive. We also visited the Firs a Pine Forest in the nearby Stewart’s Brook State Forest. Just an awesome old Forest.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Madshus wrote a review Jul 2020
Canberra, Australia1,253 contributions392 helpful votes
Why this doesn't consistently get five bullets I don't know. Barrington Tops NP seems to be one of very few NSW NPs that hasn't been burned at the moment by the summer bushfires. The walk up to Carey's Peak and side around the tops through Junction Pools, Black Swamp Camp to Wombat Creek takes you a stupendous variety of country - rainforest, bogs and alpine meadows, and the alpine trees dripping in lichen and mist. Gorgeous. But you need to deal with the brumbies and broom.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Ellemay 🍹🐠🐳 wrote a review Jun 2020
Sydney, Australia47,065 contributions31,574 helpful votes
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We drove to the Barrington Tops National Park from Gloucester. Wow ! It certainly was an interesting bumpy dirt road through the park with spectacular views of the tree tops and deep valleys. Barrington Tops is located 3.5 hours drive from Sydney. It’s a World Heritage-listed rainforest and is well known for its seven beautiful bushwalking trails.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Andy wrote a review Feb 2020
Thornton, Australia221 contributions99 helpful votes
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Did the drive through Barrington Tops from Gloucester side to Aberdeen / Scone. Camped at Devils Hole the night. The lookout there has views to die for 👌, although camp facilities at Polblue a little further on are probably slightly better, especially for families. Well worth a visit 👍
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Date of experience: February 2020
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