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What a breathtaking view from the top. Our family including three kids, ages 12 to 16 had a great time. It’s a lovely walk. April is a great month to do it. Take your lunch in your backpack and eat it at the top. Fantastic...More
Early morning start with 8 kids aged 14 to 6. Good bush walk up to the start of the actual 'climb' - takes about 20 minutes or so. The climb is steep in places, takes another 20 minutes or so and necessitates some crawling and...More
There's a tent and camper-trailer (not Caravans) site for camping with toilets. A clear hiking track, with wooden bridges, some steps on mostly sandy track. Granite boulders, banksia, even a big kangaroo. The loop track takes 1-2 hours, go left first, so you have easier...More
Saw amazing photos of the rocks and was keen to visit Cathedral Rock National Park on our first motorhome trip. We quickly realised upon driving into the National Park that the dirt track is not the best for the motorhome but there’s no u-turn spots....More
Did Cathedral Rock at a fairly fast pace with children above 8 years of age. Pit toilets available before starting. Went straight up and back (not circuit) in 2 and a half hours with stopping at the top only. Didn't do the final chain section...More
Walked up to the summit with a 9yo and 12yo. There is a loop around the bottom of the summit, you walk almost half way round the loop then have the option to climb up to the summit, then you climb back down and do...More
We met up with friends at Native Dog Creek camp site. It was great with set fire places made from old truck wheel rims with a swinging griddle to cook on and hooks for your billy.
Toilet is long drop compost and was relatively clean...More
A long drive from Bellingen, but we found it to be worth it. Perhaps we lucked out, but we had the most incredible hike at Cathedral Rocks. I'd recommend watching the sunrise nearby before heading to Cathedral Rocks.
We were there early in the morning...More
Great spot to experience the granite tors of the New England. The walk to Woolpack Rocks from Barokee including ascents of both Cathedral Rocks and Woolpack Rocks is a 14km two way walk which is strenuous in parts but rewarding. Lunch on the Woolpack Rocks...More