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Abercrombie River National Park – Oberon

Abercrombie River National Park – Oberon

Its three waterways and open forests give visitors to Abercrombie River National Park opportunities for hiking, 4WD touring, camping, birdwatching and swimming.

Swimming, canoeing, and trout fishing are just some of the fun activities available at the three waterways running through Abercrombie River National Park. Gazetted in 1995, the park protects the largest intact patch of open forest on the NSW Central Tablelands. From the dense mountain gum forests in the high north of the park to the lower and more open forests of scribbly gum and stringy bark in the south, there’s plenty of opportunity for exploring and camping at one of four sites: Bummaroo Ford, Silent Creek, The Beach and The Sink.

Jump in your 4WD and follow the fire trails. Hunt out Licking Hole and discover an abandoned goldminer’s cottage. Relics of the 19th century gold rush – diggings, water races and sluices – can also be found by hiking along the riverbanks.

Stay aware and lively because this is a haven for wildlife. Wallabies, kangaroos and emus can be seen year-round. When you come to an isolated waterhole, be quiet – platypuses live here, but you’re most likely to see them at dawn or dusk. More than 60 species of birds, including wedge-tail eagles, also call Abercrombie River home. Naturally, it’s the place to be.

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Address:

38 Ross Street, Oberon NSW

GPS:

-33.7076584, 149.8580968

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