The high country – a place of stunning walking in diverse environments from Antarctic beech rainforest to granite tors, panoramic lookouts and high waterfalls. Multi-day walks such as Green Gully are a good introduction to the wild rivers and the pioneer heritage. New England is also a dream destination for motorcycle riders.

Trails

Visit Mystery Face and Westminster Rocks on this walk in the granite tablelands, with a view to Thunderbolts Lookout
Around the corner hides a suprise - a lovely waterfall on Oaky Creek
Forest tracks to a campsite on the Styx River and a lookout over Cunnawarra NP
Explore Blue Hole and Gara Gorge where an early hydro electric scheme powered a nearby gold mine
Descend from the tablelands where Oxley viewed the wild gorges in 1818 to the Apsley River
Explore the tablelands where the Hastings River rises, with swamps, wildflowers and forest
A short circuit from the Cobcroft picnic site, through rainforest and tall eucalypt forest
A 4WD journey on Carrai, Coachwood and Racecourse Trails to Mary's View and waterfalls