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Sherwood lookout

Toonumbar Forest Road, Roseberry Creek ACT 2474
The Sherwood lookout offers scenic views to Mount Lindesay and the McPherson Ranges and the open spot with a picnic table and barbecue facilities makes for a great time with nature. Though a terrific find all year round, the northerly aspect of the lookout makes it a winter delight.
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Moore Park picnic area

Findon Creek Road, Old Grevillia NSW 2474
Moore Park picnic area, at the north end of Moore Park Reserve, is the best place to start any visit to the area. Pack a barbecue lunch and settle down around some tables in the cool shade of the rainforest.
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Moore Park Nature Reserve

Findon Creek Road, Old Grevillia NSW 2474
Walking into the depths of the subtropical rainforest at Moore Park Nature Reserve gives you an idea of what much of the Northern Rivers region must have been like when it was home to the Githabul people. Now, this is one of the largest remaining stands of black bean and silky oak in the entire area.
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Booyong walking track

Unnamed Road, Lynchs Creek NSW 2474
8.5km (one way) - 5 hour - Medium difficulty If you love oxygen-rich rainforests, then you've got to try Booyong walking track from Sheepstation Creek campground or Forest Tops campground. This long walk is a perfect introduction to the lush world of Border Ranges National Park in northern NSW. Retracing the historic steps of the old loggers, you'll pass thick forests of majestic booyong trees. Look for the ... Visit website for more info
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Red Cedar loop

Red Cedar loop, Brindle Creek Road, Border Ranges NSW 2474
0.75km (return) - 0.5 hour (each way) Go for a wander in the bush through Red Cedar loop and be rewarded with a grand finale. The scenic walking track leads you to the foot of a 48m red cedar tree. It's a sight to behold and possibly 1000 years old. Look for epiphytes growing on the bark, such as bird's nest fern, orchid and staghorn.Cedars often ... Visit website for more info
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Brindle Creek picnic area

Brindle Creek Road, Border Ranges NSW 2474
Picnic among lush World Heritage-listed rainforest by the banks of Brindle creek at this delightfully shady picnic area. Hitting the park's walking tracks is a great way to stretch your legs or work up an appetite for lunch, and a few of them start from Brindle Creek picnic area. Try the scenic Brindle Creek walking track, a longer walk ... Visit website for more info
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Antarctic Beech picnic area

Brindle Creek Road, Border Ranges NSW 2474
Picnic amongst the dark green canopies and gnarled trunks of ancient Antarctic beech trees at Antarctic Beech picnic area in Border Ranges National Park. This is a great place to stop and rest if you're camping, bushwalking or car touring, as there are picnic tables as well as wood barbecues and toilets. Or, just sit down with a thermos ... Visit website for more info