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Koorilgur Nature Reserve Logo and Images

Koorilgur Nature Reserve

Gwydir Highway, Warialda NSW 2402
The name Koorilgur derives from an Aboriginal word meaning 'low scrub and bush'. Koorilgur Nature Reserve has been developed for bushland walking, wildflowers, fauna and flora observation. Wildflowers are abundant in Spring. The Koorilgur Nature Walk has been divided into different length tracks, these provide for the person who wants to take a casual stroll , as well as those who are more adventurous bush walkers.
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Cranky Rock Nature Reserve

Cranky Rock Road, Warialda NSW 2402
Nestled in tranquil natural bushland setting, Cranky Rock Nature Reserve features a fascinating jumble of granite boulders balanced at the edges of Reedy Creek. Cranky Rock offers a picturesque location for a picnic, camping, hiking and enjoying the scenery and wildlife. An observation platform has been installed a short hike from the picnic area and is the perfect location for surveying and photographing the area. An natural waterhole formed by Reedy Creek at the base of the boulders provides an excellent place to cool off in the summer months and watch for native birds. The reserve features a picnic area with free gas barbecues, large picnic shelter, a children's playground and a kiosk. There are public toilets and ample parking for vehicles and coaches. Powered and unpowered campsites available, fees apply. Cranky Rock is located eight kilometres east of Warialda on the Gwydir Highway. Entry to the reserve is free.

Koorilgur Nature Reserve

Gwydir Highway, Warialda NSW 2402
The name Koorilgur derives from an Aboriginal word meaning 'low scrub and bush'. Koorilgur Nature Reserve has been developed for bushland walking, wildflowers, fauna and flora observation. Wildflowers are abundant in Spring. The Koorilgur Nature Walk has been divided into different length tracks, these provide for the person who wants to take a casual stroll , as well as those who are more adventurous bush walkers....