Get back to nature at the picturesque Culgoa National Park.
Located north west of Bourke, Culgoa National Park is a place of isolation, but not of loneliness. Sit and relax in the shade of the coolibah trees flanking the floodplain of the Culgoa River and enjoy NSW's only national park with brigalow-gidgee woodland. Watch the passing bustards, falcons, honeyeaters and cockatoos, spot emus and kangaroos on the open grass plains, or search for koalas in the majestic river red gums.
You could enjoy one of a number of walks along the riverbank through coolibah woodlands or over sand hills carpeted in wildflowers following spring rains. There is also a small camping and picnic area suitable for car-based and caravan camping.
Culgoa is approximately 120km north of Brewarrina and 180km north east of Bourke, and can be accessed by unsealed dry-weather roads only.