Beni State Conservation Area
Excellent birdwatching, bushwalking, picnicking, cycling and horse riding opportunities await you at Beni State Conservation Area, near Dubbo in central west NSW.
Discover a peaceful oasis just 10km from central Dubbo at Beni State Conservation Area. Offering an idyllic bush experience a stone’s throw from the city, this central west NSW park is loved for its bushwalking and cycling opportunities.
With its fresh air and inviting tracks and trails, you can’t help but feel energised when you visit. Experience cycling, or bring your horse along for horse riding. Check out the area’s scenic landscape and Aboriginal cultural heritage before relaxing with a packed lunch at Two Dams picnic area.
If you like birdwatching, you’re in for a treat at Beni. It’s home to over 140 bird species, including several threatened woodland and waterbirds. Sit and listen as the melody of birdsong mixes with the call of frogs at sunset. And if you’re lucky, you may even see a possum or a wallaby hopping by.