Richmond Range National Park offers World Heritage rainforest walks, tranquil campgrounds, scenic views, and horse riding, near Kyogle, in northern NSW.
You’ll find diverse landscapes and wildlife among the lush rainforest of Richmond Range National Park. Stretch your legs on a walk through the ancient rainforest, part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia world Heritage Area. Or take in panoramic views across the Richmond River valley from a lookout.
The well-maintained Cambridge Plateau 4WD route is a great way to explore. It snakes along the crest of Richmond Range, enjoying striking views between Mallanganee in the south and Mount Brown to the north.
The park provides a sanctuary for many animals and birds that live among the rich plant life. Keep an eye out for gobbling brush turkeys, non-venomous carpet pythons, and rose-crowned fruit-doves. At night, rare little bent-winged bats come out to feed on small insects that fly beneath the rainforest canopy.
A great day trip from Casino or Kyogle, explore the subtropical bush, relax at scenic picnic and campgrounds, or even horse ride using the park management trails.
Up to date information on park facilities, closures, payment for park passes and bookings of camping facilities are available via the National Parks and Wildlife Service App.
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