The World Heritage Gondwana Rainforests are the largest sub-tropical rainforests in the world. There are also Antarctic beech cool temperate rainforests, warm temperate rainforests, littoral rainforest, floodplain rainforest and dry rainforests. The eucalyptus forests of northern NSW are pretty special too. There are wet and dry sclerophyll forests, mangrove forests and forested wetlands.

Trails

Explore side trips to lookouts, waterfalls and walks from the Forest Way as it climbs from the Hastings River valley to over 1000m at Werrikimbe
Forest tracks to a campsite on the Styx River and a lookout over Cunnawarra NP
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
A forest walk to cascades on Dandahra Creek, where Mulligan built a weir
Exploring different forest types, a stand of red cedar, cascades and a pool