Wollemi National Park

  • Wollemi National Park

Welcome to NSW’s largest wilderness area covering 492,220ha.- a spectacular maze of deep canyons, rocky cliffs and undisturbed forest. Wildlife abounds in this national park with a rich variety of diverse species including eastern grey kangaroos, brush tailed wallabies, wombats, echidnas, gliders, geckos, wedge tailed eagle and a variety of snakes including the rare broad headed snake.

Wollemi stretches from Denman all the way down to Lithgow and forms part of the Blue Mountains. Access into Wollemi from Upper Hunter Country is via Bulga and the Putty road, Baerami and Widden Valley.

Discover breathtaking views of sandstone ridges and escarpments around Widden Valley, explore patches of temperate rainforests in the narrow gorges at the headwaters of Blackwater creek, and admire an important historic site at Baerami creek featuring machinery and other relics of a turn-of-the century oil shale mine.