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Horton Falls and Walks

Horton Reserve, Barraba NSW 2347
The Horton Falls are quite spectacular during wet periods but can dry up over extended dry times. The falls can be viewed from two vantage points and picnic shelters have been erected in the area. Several marked walking tracks are ideal for bushwalking. Whilst in the area, a drive to the Horton Valley via the Bereen Mountain provides the visitor with a magnificent view of the valley. The surrounding area is ideal for swimming, photography, and bush camping. There are picnic and barbecue facilities, bush camping and bushwalks, including a steep and difficult trail almost to the bottom of the gorge (over one hour return). Group tours can be arranged.
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Rocky Creek Gorge and Glacial Forms

Barraba/Narrabri Road, Barraba NSW 2347
Rocky Creek Gorge and Glacial Forms is a conglomerate of boulders, crystal rock pools, and sandy beaches highlight nature's beauty. The glaciation dates back to 290 million years ago. The rock face consists of a series of such precise geometric forms that appear to have been produced by a chisel than nature, which is the reason behind its name. Idyllic for exploring, bushwalking, swimming, and camping.
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Split Rock Dam

Manilla Road, Barraba NSW 2347
Split Rock Dam (named for a fissure in a great rock near the dam site itself) is a major local irrigation reservoir and water recreation resource. At Split Rock Dam facilities are available for angling, camping, boating and water sports. Anglers have reported good catches of most inland fish. Fish species include Golden Perch, Black Bream, Jew Fish and the prized Murray Cod. Inland fishing licences are essential and available in Barraba from the Visitor Information Centre and other outlets.

Rocky Creek Gorge and Glacial Forms

Barraba/Narrabri Road, Barraba NSW 2347
Rocky Creek Gorge and Glacial Forms is a conglomerate of boulders, crystal rock pools, and sandy beaches highlight nature's beauty. The glaciation dates back to 290 million years ago. The rock face consists of a series of such precise geometric forms that appear to have been produced by a chisel than nature, which is the reason behind its name. Idyllic for exploring, bushwalking, swimming, and camping. ...

Horton Falls and Walks

Horton Reserve, Barraba NSW 2347
The Horton Falls are quite spectacular during wet periods but can dry up over extended dry times. The falls can be viewed from two vantage points and picnic shelters have been erected in the area. Several marked walking tracks are ideal for bushwalking. Whilst in the area, a drive to the Horton Valley via the Bereen Mountain provides the visitor with a magnificent view of the valley. The surrounding area is ideal for swimming, photography, and bush camping. There are picnic and barbecue facilities, bush camping and bushwalks, including a steep and difficult trail almost to the bottom of the gorge (over one hour return). Group tours can be arranged. ...