Inland NSW Central NSW
Pronounced pilly-gah, the Pilliga Forest is the largest native inland forest west of the Great Dividing Range, with over 500,000 hectares to explore. Baradine is a great place to start your adventure with a visit to the Pilliga Forest Discovery Centre. There are many scenic forest drives, bird routes, walking tracks, picnic, toilet and camping facilities, free gas barbecues are located at both Salt Caves and Dandry Gorge picnic areas. Dandry Gorge Aboriginal Area is where you can visit the latest Pilliga Forest experience and discover a hidden gem, the 'Sculptures in the Scrub'. The Sandstone Caves, Salt Caves and
Discover ancient lava flows, wonderful wildflower displays and evidence of the rich geological history of the Warrumbungle Region on one of these rewarding self-drive nature trails. Gamble Creek Nature Tour, is a 70 kilometre return trip to Binnaway. Greenbah Creek Nature Tour is a 30 kilometre return trip to Binnaway. Pick up a 'Wild about Binnaway' brochure from Binnaway Newsagency, Peppermint Tree Cottage Crafts or the Coonabarabran Visitor Centre. The brochure comes complete with easy to follow maps and a list of common wildflowers and birds such as Black Cockatoos. Please note the touring route is unsealed.