Covering more than 19 651 hectares, the Warrumbungles are one of the state’s most popular national parks. The Warrumbungles are a group of eroded volcanic cores and dykes, forming a landscape of sharp, narrow peaks and rounded domes. Added to the National Heritage List in 2006, the area is popular with rock climbers and home to one of Australia’s Great walks – the Grand High Tops track. The centre of the Park is located about 45km south-west of Coonabarabran with the park encompassing some of the region's best hidden treasures, from sacred Aboriginal sites to a special micro-climate where east meets west.
45km south-west of Coonabarabran, Coonabarabran 2357 NSW - See Map