The Gumbaynggirr have been residing in this area for thousands of years. The Gumgali walk and Muttonbird Island walk highlight their stories. More recent settler heritage walks include stories of logging, railways, and mining.

Trails

An exciting low range 4WD road to a stunning campsite next to Youdales Hut on Kunderang Brook
A cool, shady walk though Gondwana rainforests with Californian redwoods
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
A coastal walk with birdlife, petrified trees on the beach, striking rocks and a headland picnic lunch spot
Gold mines, old highways, steep trails, creek crossings and 360 degree lookouts for a full day of 4x4 exploring
Detour off the Oxley Highway on a forest road to view the remarkable bridge over the Cells River
Back roads exploring Manilla area, with lookouts, Namoi River, and short walks at Warrabah NP