Gundabooka National Park area is 43,000 hectares. The main feature is the landscape and Gundabooka Range. The range rises to a height of 500 metres at Mount Gundabooka.
From the summit of the Gundabooka range there are extensive views of the wide open plains typical of north west NSW. The rust coloured rocks that can be seen on the rugged surface of the cliffs, gorges and hills are over 385 million years old.
Gundabooka National Park is of great cultural significance to the Ngemba Aboriginal people. Certain places in the range were used as venues for large ceremonial gatherings. Paintings have been found under several overhangs, which highlight many aspects of the Ngemba culture.
Accommodation bookings are essential for Belah Shearers'' Quarters and Redbank Homestead.
Access to the park is by dry weather roads only and visitors need to contact the National Parks office in Cobar or Bourke before visiting.Visit Website
BBQ Facilities, Car park, Picnic Area, Public Toilet
Bushwalking, Camping, Self-Guided
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Flora/Fauna, Nature based