Cathedral Rock National Park - Armidale
Cathedral Rock National Park is situated on 10,897 hectares and is located 60 kilometres from Armidale along the Waterfall Way, towards the coast.
Activities of bushwalking, picnicking and bushcamping can be enjoyed within the park. Facilities include barbecues, toilets and water is available. Giant boulders, sculpted rock and distinctive granite tors make striking subjects for photography - and keep an eye out for wedge-tailed eagles on the wing.
There is a three hour walk around and up to the top of the rock. The view from the top of this rock is magnificent - 360 degree view. It is not as well known as other national parks and gorges in the Armidale area, and is therefore underrated as a visitor destination. For the keen bushwalker, climbing cathedral rock on a nice day should not be missed.
Camping is available at Native Dog Creek and Barokee rest areas.
Accessible at all times
- 10th Armidale International Film Festival
- Five New Exhibitions at NERAM
- Optus Flix in the Stix Armidale
- 12th/16th Hunter River Lancers History Room
- Armidale Heritage Tours
- Armidale and Region Aboriginal Cultural Centre and Keeping Place
- Alluna Motel
- Armidale Boutique Accommodation - The Elms
- Armidale Boutique Accommodation-Camellia Court