Koreelah National Park
Experience one of the state's western-most rainforest areas, just a few hours drive from the Gold Coast and Ballina. Koreelah National Park provides a perfect weekend getaway and a beautiful car touring route.
Connect with nature and see magnificent World Heritage rainforest that hugs steep slopes overlooking eucalypt forests and peaceful valleys. Enjoy easy walking, remote camping and fantastic birdwatching.
Take an easy stroll along Gorge walking track and spend the afternoon swimming in natural pools and spotting wildlife in the rocky gorge. Keep an eye out for platypus, koalas, sugar gliders, brush-tailed rock wallabies and glossy black cockatoos. Then settle for the night and enjoy the tranquillity of the bush at Koreelah Creek campground.
Gorge Walking Track
Take an easy stroll through sclerophyll forest and explore Koreelah Creek Gorge on this short walking track. It’s only 10 minutes from the campground, but there’s so much to see along the way, including rugged peaks that rise to the west and dark green foliage of hoop pines clad to the steep cliffs. Keep a lookout as you wander along the creek for platypus swimming in the large pools of water. Once you arrive at the gorge, stop for a while, take a refreshing swim in the cool waters or find a spot on the rocks to sit and admire the local wildlife.
- Information Signs
- World Heritage Listing