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We read about this walk in the Mudgee tourism guide and as we enjoy hiking thought we would make the trip.
As others have said when you drive through the dry forest you have no idea what's awaiting you.We saw 2 wild piglets on our...More
We like doing local walks when visiting different areas. This has a good track but at times you will be climbing over rocks. Even though the drought has affected this walk it’s still worth doing. Take water with you
Beautiful example of nature. Long loop took us just over an hour with three young kids. If your unsteady on your feet or really small kids not for you as some navigating rocks, narrow steep paths, and lots of steps. The gully feels like your...More
Had heard about this and forced family members to go with me to see this plave. It was a real waste of time driving out of the way from mudgee to Sydney, taking a detour.
Walked down to the gully and it was dry and...More
We stopped into Ferngully after reading about this Sub-Tropical Rainforest. The 2.5km drive In through Scribbly Gums and Grasstrees is so pretty. It is worth noting that the road would be too narrow to drive a motor home or caravan into. There is a lovely...More
This was one of the highlights of our trip. It was so quiet when we went and nearly had the whole pace to ourselves!
You walk down into a beautiful Gully. So lush and green and scenic. Pleasant walk down to the boardwalk. If you...More
Unbelievable ancient land. When you arrive you will find a BBQ area with a long drop toilet and a visitors book. There is a large map of the area that allows you to pick which walk you want to take that also describes the level...More