Ulidarra National Park

Ulidarra National Park, Korora: Address, Ulidarra National Park Reviews: 5/5

Ulidarra National Park
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DinaR
Sydney, Australia594 contributions
The Vincent Tree
Aug 2020 • Family
Nice drive through the National Park as we left the Forest Sky Pier/ Sealy lookout on our way to see the vincent tree.
Unfortunately the tree isn't what I was expecting due to other photos I had seen, however the tree I've seen in photos is just across from the actual Vincent Tree which is a great photo opportunity.
We didn't have the time to explore more of this national park.
Written August 22, 2020
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Anita T
Forster, Australia11,411 contributions
Magnificent Rainforest
Aug 2019
We were just visiting for the weekend and went for a drive up to Forest Sky Walk. From here we decided to go along Bruxner Park Road as the forest was so exceptional.
We only had a 2WD but decided to drive into Swans Crossing. We parked at the picnic area and went for a walk. The forest is old growth, lush and so untouched. We saw a huge old tree which we think may have been a Bloodwood and the Strangler Figs were also really impressive. Would love to come back and explore some more.
Written August 30, 2019
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Aditya G
Bundanoon, Australia128 contributions
Well worth the drive
Mar 2018 • Business
To be completely legit' you'll need a private car or a hired 4WD, as access is by 'unsealed road' that hire car companies don't generally want you on. Road conditions were good, and you get to explore a range of forest types, and can do an easy and short walk to Bangalore Falls. Probably not great for 2WD in wet conditions. I was chuffed to see Araucariaceae (native pines) for the first time this far south.
Written March 4, 2018
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B C
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Excellent Rain Forest
Mar 2017 • Family
Wonderful rain forest national park, very close to Coffs Harbour. Accessible by vehicle only. 4WD necessary for some roads through the park, though Bruxner Park Road is passable by all traffic and passes through the outskirts of the park. Stop by Vincent's Tree just beside the road, though there are equivalent or better trees throughout the park that are both alive (Vincent Tree is long dead but still standing) and equally as impressive.

Turn off the road at Swan's Road to drive into the park (4WD necessary, can be impassable in the wettest of weather), by crossing Bucca Bucca Creek and continuing. Parts of the park can also be accessed (on foot) by trails starting just behind the Forest Sky Pier. Dress for wet weather and beware of the multitude of leeches waiting in the wet underbrush during rainy season. Swan's Road is easily walkable (after crossing the creek on foot) if one doesn't have access to a 4WD vehicle. If you don't want to get dirty, Bruxner Park Road gives you a good flavor of the forest without the need for trail gear or an off-road vehicle.

No park admission and wonderful views of the dense rain forest and towering trees. To get to Swan's Road, go straight at the turnoff for the Sky Pier and continue down Bruxner. Vincent Tree is less than 1 mile alongside the road on the right side (it's easy to miss but has a small sign on the actual tree). Swan's Road is farther down (another mile or two) on the left-hand side. There's a small picnic area at the creek and enough space to park a few vehicles.
Written March 19, 2017
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