Culgoa National Park is 22,006 hectares in size and is located on the Upper Culgoa flood plain, north of Brewarrina and Bourke on the Queensland border.
The Culgoa National Park is one of the least disturbed flood plains in New South Wales. Aboriginal sites are common throughout the park, including scarred trees, clay hearths and stone flake scatterings.
Activities available include bushwalking, camping, bird watching and photography. Canoeing and boating are also available at times when the Culgoa River flows.
Culgoa National Park is only one and a half hours drive from Lightning Ridge and two hours drive from Bourke.
Culgoa is a remote National Park. Visitors to this park should ensure that they are self-sufficient and their vehicle is well-maintained and due diligence is taken at all times, especially in extreme weather conditions.Visit Website
Car park, Picnic Area, Public Toilet
Animal Viewing, Birdwatching, Bushwalking, Camping, Self-Guided
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Flora/Fauna, Nature based, Outback, Wildlife