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

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 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
A steep track leads to a lookout over the highest falls in Gibraltar Range National Park
A ferry ride across the Clarence, riverside path, beach, rock platforms and rainforest track
Visit different lookouts on Camden Head, walk the Flower bowl circuit and explore rock platforms