Welcome to Barrington Tops World Heritage wilderness only three hours north of Sydney, and an hour and a half north of Newcastle.
Getting to Barrington Tops
The direct route for driving to the Barrington Tops plateau is via Gloucester or Scone.
- Gloucester to Polblue – 68km
- Scone to Polblue – 75km.
Barrington Tops Forest road (also known as Scone Road), which connects the towns of Scone and Gloucester is an unsealed road. Drive to the conditions as these vary depending on the weather. For advice on road and weather conditions contact the Gloucester Visitor Information Centre 6538 5252.
Gloucester Visitor Information Centre
02 6538 5252
27 Denison Street
Dungog Visitor Information Centre
02 4992 2212
Cnr Dowling and Brown Street
Scone Visitor Information Centre
02 6540 1300
Cnr Kelly and Susan Street
Singleton Visitor Information Centre
02 6571 5888
Townhead Park, New England Highway