It’s difficult to choose just one walking trail in this stunning park. The network of hiking tracks has something to suit every ability and timeframe. There are plenty of serene picnic areas, panoramic lookout points, campgrounds, and holiday parks to choose, from whether you are in need of rest in between adventures or just looking for an ideal photo shoot location. Book your stay at Copeton Waters or Lake Keepit and get those camera batteries charging.
The Minyon Falls walking track is the most popular trail in this region, and for a good reason. Hikers traverse serene forest, pristine creeks and are rewarded with the cascade of a spectacular waterfall. More experienced hikers can choose to tackle the Goorgana walking track and explore the rugged, iconic peaks that form the backbone of the National Park.
The World Heritage listed rainforests within the Park have brought many visitors from around the world. The area is renowned for its rich diversity of flora and fauna, and it is a sanctuary for many threatened species of birds, bats and frogs. If you are lucky, you may even see an endangered spotted-tailed quoll or a critically endangered red goshawk, so keep that camera ready next time you book a trip to Clarkes Beach or Lennox Head.