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Bellinger River National Park

An untouched wilderness of steep slopes and valleys filled with waterfalls, Bellinger River National Park is a place where time seems to stand still. If you're ready for adventure you can explore the unspoiled old-growth forests and rainforests of this unique park.

There are no marked walking tracks in the park, but experienced bushwalkers can go exploring, enjoying the unspoiled beauty. Griffiths Lookout, above the northern edge of the park, gives spectacular views of the coast and over the Dorrigo Escarpment.

Bellinger River National Park is just inland from the mid-north coast of NSW, about 570 km north of Sydney, near Dorrigo. No vehicle access is allowed within the park, but you can access it by foot from the Dorrigo to Bellingen Road, about 12 km from Dorrigo or 15 km from Bellingen. You can also where the park runs down to the Bellinger River.

 

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