Morton National Park
Morton National Park…the heart of Beautiful Bundanoon.
Bundanoon duet for park and people. Since settlement Bundanoon has had various sources for its economic lifeblood: coal, gold, timber, farms, orchards, the railway and always and importantly, visitors to the national park. Bundanoon is located on the north-western side of Morton National Park – one of the largest parks in NSW being 200,000 ha in size.
The park features deep sandstone gorges, rainforest gullies, waterfalls, magnificent lookouts, woodland and heath on the sandstone plateau. There is something for everyone – young or old, energetic or simply enjoying nature at its best.
Driving around the park is a great way to reach some of the viewing points within a few minutes or you can cycle as all access roads are suitable for bikes but please stay off the walking tracks. There are nine walking tracks varying in length and time from 30 minutes to 2 hours. The walk to Glow Worm Glen at night provides an experience never forgotten. It is best to visit after dark to achieve the best result. Guided walks are available during school holidays.
The camping area is located at Gambells Rest and you must book in advance www.national parks.nsw.gov.au There are nine sites and facilities include hot showers, toilets, sheltered cooking area with barbecues. Toilets and barbecues are also available in the picnic area as well as bays with information on what to do in the park.
Please note a day park use fee applies when entering the park.
As the old sign at the station says ‘Lovely Bundanoon – Stay’