Wingham Brush Nature Reserve - Wingham
Wingham Brush is a beautiful subtropical lowland rainforest located at Wingham on the banks of the Manning River. The Brush is one of only a few remnants of this rare rainforest in Australia, and is a significant roosting and maternity site for grey-headed flying foxes.
Walk through the rainforest on the Graham Allen Walk. The boardwalk is ideal for people of all ages and much of it is suitable for wheelchairs. It meanders through the rainforest and on Flying Fox Circuit you will be right below the flying foxes' roosting site. At sunset thousands of flying foxes fly out in search of food. You can witness this spectacular event from the riverbank.
There are at least 195 species of native plants, including 76 species of trees, 32 different vines and many other varieties of vegetation.
The adjoining reserve has picnic tables, barbecues, toilets, a boat ramp and grassed playing area.
Accessible at all times.