Dorrigo National Park is 580 km north of Sydney on Dome Road off the Waterfall Way, 5 km east of the township of Dorrigo. If you love waterfalls, it’s worth travelling along the Waterfall Way as the scenic drive from New England to Coffs Harbour is awesome! It’s one of New South Wales best known tourist drive and it’s Australia‘s third most beautiful tourist drive. It contains seven national parks and three of these are listed as World Heritage Areas by UNESCO and also forms part of the Gondwana Rainforest.
We were lucky that when we visited, all the waterfalls were flowing freely along the Waterfall Way.
Visiting Dorrigo National Park is a great way to spend the school holidays if you have a family or outside school holidays if you’ve past that stage. Either way, spend as much time there as you can. It has great rainforest walks, cafe/dinning, birdwatching and includes areas for picnicking, playing and socialising. If you would like more details, check their website out at: http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/nationalparks/parkVisitorCentre.aspx?id=N0011
So, without further to do, check it out yourself. and as always, hover over the photo to get details 🙂