Yengo National Park - Singleton
Stretching over 70 kilometres from Wisemans Ferry to the Hunter Valley, Yengo National Park is a wild area of steep gorges and rocky ridges.
The area is rich in Aboriginal and cultural heritage. Yengo, especially Mount Yengo, is significant to local Aboriginal communities.
The historic Old Great North Road, a fantastic, intact example of early 19th century convict road-building, follows the south-east boundary of the park.
Yengo National Park is a very special place and is recognised for its natural and cultural significance. Included as part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage, the area also includes the Mt Yengo Aboriginal Place and much of the reserve is declared wilderness.