Do you feel kind of special walking through beautiful forests? The Japanese have a word for it: shinrin-yoku, which means forest bathing, or taking in the forest through your senses.
Summertime camping is just magic when there’s flowing water nearby for swimming, paddling, fishing or just floating around on a lilo.
Step behind the green curtain into a dimly lit world of ancient Antarctic beech, brightly coloured fungi, towering tree ferns and pure mountain streams tumbling down mossy cascades.
At 1500 metres within Barrington Tops, Polblue is the highest campground in NSW that you can drive to.
You’ll think you’re in Vancouver until you realise the dozen different bird calls (and even the motorcycle sound) are all coming from that lovely lyre bird.
Embrace the energy of 1000-year-old trees in the remnant Gondwana rainforests in Barrington Tops, you’ll feel like you’re on the filmset for Lord of The Rings.
The rivers in the Gloucester region come under the Peel District and are classed as general trout streams.
Carson’s lookout offers the viewer a panoramic western view over Giro, State Forests and the Barrington Tops World Heritage area.
The Urban List has ranked Gloucester Tops Circuit as Sydney’s Best Walk #4… but it’s actually in Barrington Tops!
On 18 November 2015, a contingent of 22 Barrington Tops Devils from Devil Ark was released in four allocated sites on the Forestier Peninsula off the east coast of Tasmania near Hobart.