Goobang National Park Parkes Area - Peak Hill
Goobang National Park is located 30 kilometres north-east of Parkes. The park includes the Herveys, Currumbenya and Bumberry Mountain Ranges and surrounding valleys.
Goobang National Park is the largest remnant forest and woodland in central west NSW. The park contains a diversity of vegetation types which have the potential to support a large number of native animals.
Over 300 plant species have been recorded in the park, including 40 species of orchids. Access to Goobang National Park may be reached from a number of roads, including the Tomingley-Yeoval Road in the north, the Parkes-Manilda Road in the south and from Peak Hill along the Baldry Roads in the centre.
Visitors to the park can enjoy bushwalking, picnicking, camping, photography, bird watching and nature study.
Park brochures and camping information can be obtained from the Parkes Visitor Information Centre or the Peak Hill Visitor Centre.
Image supplied by Amanda Lavender/OEH.
Open all year.