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

A forest walk to heritage Lime Kilns alongside a creek
A very steep climb (low range 4WD) to the summit for a 360 degree view
A cool, shady walk though Gondwana rainforests with Californian redwoods
A coastal walk with whale-watching lookouts, paths lined with flannel flowers, beaches and rock platforms.
Stroll around a high country swamp, with snow gums and a lookout over Mummel Gulf
A steep 4WD track leads down to a remote campground on the mighty Nymboida River
Touring the forest to a popular campsite on the wild Nymboida River
One pretty creek, two large blackbutts and three expansive lookouts in Middle Brother NP