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Cocoparra National Park

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Short visit to Jack's Creek

We over-nighted in Griffith and then drove out to Cocoparra National Park for a bit of walking and... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
buttermeadow
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Melbourne, Australia
Loved it

Went there with another couple friends of ours, did the waterfall walk which was a little... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2018
Graeme B
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Victoria, Australia
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 25 May 2018

Went there with another couple friends of ours, did the waterfall walk which was a little disappointing as it said it was supposed to be about a kilometre long and we found it to be much shorter. The walk from Jacks Picnic Ground was fantastic...More

2  Thank Graeme B
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Reviewed 16 August 2015

A bit hard to find the best entrance to the park. The Griffith town map directed on to a road that was not well signed. Some entrances are 4 wheel drive only and this is not indicated from the road. Eventually found the picnic area...More

1  Thank Louise O
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We over-nighted in Griffith and then drove out to Cocoparra National Park for a bit of walking and bird watching... hoping to see a Painted Honeyeater. Alas, no PH but a good walk through fabulous scenery and along an easy, well formed track.

Thank buttermeadow
Reviewed 4 June 2018 via mobile

Well worth the steep drive up to Mt Bingar. Makes for a great lookout and bushwalk Plenty of wildlife on the way to and from the site. Was lucky to see 2 emus, wallaby, and dead wild pig (looked to be baited) The views are...More

1  Thank Kilisitina G
Reviewed 25 May 2018

Went there with another couple friends of ours, did the waterfall walk which was a little disappointing as it said it was supposed to be about a kilometre long and we found it to be much shorter. The walk from Jacks Picnic Ground was fantastic...More

2  Thank Graeme B
Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

Spent two very relaxing days at wool shed camping ground. Serenely quiet even thought it is school holidays. Well kept campground with basic facilities, drop toilet, bbq, tables, etc. Limited water and pretty dry. Good value for a free park. The walks are well signposted...More

1  Thank charlesbO7723QI
Reviewed 16 September 2017

It's pretty clear that this is where the local teenagers go for a few drinks and burn out sessions. The walks are fine and there is nothing wrong with the country side but it is not as good as national parks that are simply kept...More

1  Thank Fiona G
Reviewed 27 June 2017

We went in from two entrances as the road connecting from the south to the north was 4WD only and even though we were a 4WD it would have taken ages as it was so rough and we have a slide-on. First went out past...More

1  Thank Lyn S
Reviewed 1 June 2017 via mobile

A huge park with good trails and veiws. Probably dont stay over night with heaps of feral animals out of control. We camped at woolshed flat and left in the middle of the night because of lads with hunting dogs looking around for game. Be...More

Thank Retnuhoor
Reviewed 26 December 2016

We have seen Kangaroos, Porcupine, Emu's, Wild goats etc. Nice place for picnic with all the necessary facilities.

Thank abhical25
Reviewed 6 September 2016

Took family & friends to visit Cocoparra National Park & wow was I surprised. The park is well appointed with barbeques, seating & facilities. The walking tracks are well marked with plenty of information on local flora & fauna. Take the time for a look.

1  Thank Margaret B
Reviewed 19 June 2016

This is a wonderful area to explore as here is so much to see and do. The bird live is amazing, in the short time we were there we saw many different types including the Turquoise Parrot, the Yellow Breasted Robbin and also watched a...More

1  Thank 118val
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