Monday, July 15, 2013

Coolah Tops

We have just had 4 days at Coolah Tops National Park, SE of Coonabarabran NSW.  It is on the Great Dividing Range and the park marks the junction of the Warrumbungle and Liverpool ranges.  Most remarkable were the restored huts used by farmers and timber-getters from last century.  Great to see these buildings not only restored by NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, but also evidently respected by visitors.  One of the benefits of travelling to the more remote locations where fewer people visit is less sign of adverse human impact.
Cox's Creek campsite

Coolah Tops noted for giant grass trees

Interaction between wallabies and humans

Bundaleer lookout

Near Rocky Falls

The Pinnacles

Brackens Hut

Timber-getters hut

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