Covering some 765 km2, Barrington Tops National Park is a protected national park located in the Hunter Valley in New South Wales.
The world renowned wilderness of Barrington Tops, a UNESCO’s World Heritage site, offers so much fo those who make the effort to explore. High altitude ancient rainforests which form part of the Gandwana Rainforests of the divinding range, tree fern groves and snow gums. Spectacular short walks to waterfalls and hidden mossy cascades lead to stunning mountain lookouts with views across the park.
Travelling further across the Barrington Tops Plateau along Barrington Tops Forest Road you’ll find more highlights, a must-stop being Thunderbolt’s lookout. The spectacular views offer an unmatched panorama of the surrounding ranges, providing an insight into the true expanse of this region.
Further along you’ll find Polblue Campground, set high up in subalpine woodland. From the campground you can easily access Polblue Swamp Walking Track and the Barrington Trail which is popular with 4WD’ers.