Sculptures in the Scrub camping area

Camper trailer Caravan access Drinking water Dry weather access Free Gas/electric barbecue Information No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Picnic area Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Nature walk Walking trails

Peg out your tent before exploring Sculptures in the Scrub, a permanent display of sculptures that sit on the edge of a cliff overlooking Dandry Gorge, a 2 km loop walk from the camping area. Four years in the making, Sculptures in the Scrub tells a story of local Aboriginal history and culture. There’s rainwater available, but treat/boil it before using or bring your own. Dry-weather access only.


Who to contact: Pilliga Forest Discovery Centre (02) 6843 4011

This campsite is located in Timallallie National Park

Embedded within the 500 000 ha Pilliga Forest – the largest tract of native forest west of the Great Divide – is Timallallie National Park, accessed via No. 1 Break Rd off the Newell Hwy north of Coonabarabran. In an area rich with natural beauty – in particular, birdlife – Timallallie is one of the few places with visitor facilities.

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