Nature around Coolah
Coolah is the gateway to Coolah Tops National Park, a subalpine park with tall eucalypt forests, waterfalls, giant grass trees and scenic forest drives. See animals in the wild, including the greater glider â the largest of Australia's gliding possums.
The home of the legendary 'black stump', Coolah is nestled in a picturesque valley of undulating hills and river flats, 390 km north-west of Sydney. Pay a visit to the Black Stump Rest Area, the approximate site of the old Black Stump Wine Saloon. At the Black Stump Nursery Rhyme Village, enjoy recalling childhood memories while Pandora's Pass serves up panoramic views with your picnic.
You'll find plenty of nature experiences around Coolah, such as hiking and bush camping, as well as scenic forest drives through Coolah Tops National Park.
Further afield in the Warrumbungle area, you'll find more spectacular natural attractions with plenty of opportunities for adventure. This lively part of Country NSW also boasts a healthy events calendar, and you could find yourself enjoying local markets, festivals, horseraces and some world-class stargazing.
Saturday 7 November to Sunday 8 November 2015
Veterans Touch Footy Carnival Do you love to play touch football
Main Street in Coolah. Image Coonabarabran Visitor Information Centre
Coolah Tops National Park. Image Coonabarabran Visitor Information Centre
Norfolk Falls. Image David Kirkland for Coonabarabran Visitor Information Centre