Coolah Tops National Park Family Adventure – Australia
In this adventure, we travel to Coolah Tops National Park. The scenery in Coolah Tops is stunning. We just had to see it all, so we changed things around and stayed an extra day!
Nature, hikes, campfire cooking, amazing views, and time with the family!
Coolah Tops is a national park located in New South Wales, Australia, 258 kilometres (160 mi) northwest of Sydney, established on 5 July 1996. It is managed by the New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service. Its World Conservation Union category is II. It is situated 30 kilometres (19 mi) east of Coolah in the Liverpool Range, on the Coolah Creek Road.
The park features waterfalls that plunge from the plateau. Giant grass trees and open forest with stands of snow gums shelter gliders, wallabies, eagles and owls.
Camping and walking are the main recreational activities performed here. Views from the tops are possible over the Liverpool Plains.
The sources of the Talbragar River and the Coolaburragundy River lie in the park.
The park is managed consistent with a statutory plan of management adopted in 2003.