Washpool National Park is set in the picturesque Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area. This pristine wilderness offers visitors a rare opportunity to immerse themselves in nature's beauty and experience a diverse range of landscapes. Situated between Glenn Innes and Grafton, this pristine wilderness is easily accessible via the Gwydr Highway, making it an ideal escape for nature enthusiasts and adventurers alike.
One of the park's highlights is the Washpool Walking Track, an 8.5-kilometer track that weaves through ancient rainforest. As you venture deeper into the heart of the rainforest, you'll be surrounded by towering trees, lush ferns, and a rich tapestry of flora and fauna. The soundtrack of bird calls and the gentle babble of the creek creates a sense of serenity that can only be found in such pristine natural settings.
If you're looking for a spot to cool off after your walk, head to Coombadjha Creek, where crystal-clear water invites you to take a refreshing dip. The pristine creek is perfect for a relaxing swim or a leisurely picnic by the water's edge, surrounded by the sounds of nature.