Mount Kaputar National Park - Narrabri
Mount Kaputar National Park consists of sharp peaks and rocky ranges, the remnants of 17 million year old volcano. Millions of years of erosion have carved this volcanic pile into the Nandewar Range. At the peak of the range is Mount Kaputar, which reaches an altitude of 1510 metres. From the summit you can take in 360 degree views encompassing one tenth of New South Wales.
The park protects a wide variety of plant communities. Wildflowers in spring provide a magnificent display. The Park is home to many animal species, and provides a haven for many threatened species - including bats, birds, wallabies, quolls and a unique large pink slug.
A guide for the marked walking tracks is available at the Visitor Information Centre or National Parks and Wildlife Services office in Narrabri.
Accessible at all times.