Abercrombie River National Park

Three waterways and open forests give visitors to Abercrombie River National Park opportunities for hiking, 4WD touring, camping, birdwatching and swimming.

Swimming, canoeing, and trout fishing are just some of the fun activities available at the three waterways running through Abercrombie River National Park. Gazetted in 1995, the park protects the largest intact patch of open forest on the NSW Central Tablelands. From the dense mountain gum forests in the high north of the park to the lower and more open forests of scribbly gum and stringy bark in the south, there’s plenty of opportunity for exploring and camping at one of four sites: Bummaroo Ford, Silent Creek, The Beach and The Sink.

Nearby events

  1. Gateway 2 Garden

    Sunday 24 March 2019 , Oberon

    The Gateway to Garden run returns for the second year and everyone is ready to run. Mayfield and D2F teamed up again to host the G2G, which allows runners to challenge themselves through Mayfield’s elevated terrain while exploring the…

    24 Mar
  2. Field to Forest Oberon

    Monday 01 April 2019 to Tuesday 30 April 2019 , Oberon

    During April 2019 ‘Field to Forest’ is a month-long array of activities in and around the Oberon region that explores the delicacies and rare finds that one can forage for across the region. The activities include specialised forage tours…

    01 Apr - 30 Apr
  3. Field to Forest 4WD Foraging Experience

    Monday 01 April 2019 to Monday 29 April 2019 , Oberon

    This special 4WD Foraging tour has been created for you in partnership with Oberon Visitors Information Centre for the very first Field to Forest Oberon 2019. It is a great experience for those wanting to get out and about in amongst the…

    01 Apr - 29 Apr