It's a narrow windy road to the top through some pretty farm land. Views are spectacular and look outs are easily accessed. Picnic tables are bbqs are well maintained. We had lunch with the kangaroos. Walking tracks are well signed. There are three cabins run by National Parks. Camping areas are easily accessed.
I visit the region every few weeks and always make an effort to go to the national park - it is spectacular all year round. Plenty of different walks and drives, plus a heap of things to look at, it is a hidden gem in NSW. Be mindful of extensive dirt roads so choose an appropriate vehicle, I once lost... 更多
Going up the mountain in quite a storm, rain stopped when we arrived on top. Very nice walks to the lookouts in fresh air. no one around at this day! Do not drive up to the summit, but take the track a little downhil from that intersection which is signposted "Kaputar Summit". Maybe 1 km to walk.
This was an amazing experience!!! Absolutely loved it - we got to the very top! Plenty of places to stop for views and places to have a picnic. Don't be put off by the dirt road for the first part of the journey - it does get sealed after about 10 - 15 klms - just persevere and you will... 更多
Despite the rain and not really being able to walk any further then the paved car park. The drive from Bingara to Narrabri was just so beautiful and scenic, the Glacial Area a little further up was actually enhanced by the flooding rain- absolutely amazing to see so much water rushing over the rocks and the thundering sound of the... 更多
Stayed 2 nights at Dawsons Creek campground. Lots of wildlife, you have to watch out for the posse of young kangaroos that will try to steal food, they are quite bold. Lovely circuit walk from the campground takes a couple of leisurely hour with great views, Watching the sunset from West Kaputar rock lookout was also a highlight.
Kaputar NP is simply a stunning and Id say fairly unexpected gem in north-west NSW. Its a mountainous area, remnant of an old shield volcano and includes low alpine and dry rain forest areas in a part of the state more noted for its flat and hot agricultural plains . Until our trip in 2016, I hadn't been up the... 更多
I only had four hours to drive from Narrabri, walk in the national park and get back. I went to Green Camp and did the Yulludunida track up to the dingo fence. This is a superb, exhilarating walk up many many wooden steps and nicely positioned rocks. It's not that hard. Proper walking boots would have been an advantage but... 更多
After the park entrance, dirt road starts . 3 km later it become tar sealed. They "all are wide enough,some part roughly surface. Not difficult to drive .to summit with many stops and look out along the way.
We stayed in a cabin at Dawsons Spring for 4 nights in July. The cabins are simple but cosy, and in winter the slow combustion fire (firewood provided) is fantastic. At $100 per night, sleeping 6, the cabins are great value. There is a range of bushwalks of varying distances, we did ones ranging in length from 50 metres, to... 更多