Copeland Hidden Treasures Tours
Copeland Tops State Conservation Area is a precinct of natural beauty and colonial heritage not far from Gloucester in the Barrington Coast of New South Wales. You can uncover its treasures on these guided tours:
Mountain Maid Heritage Tour: This guided tour explores the Mountain Maid heritage gold mining precinct hidden in the rainforest near the village of Copeland. Peek inside the mine shaft, visit machining sheds, touch colonial relics and even pan for gold!
Rainforest Tour: Copeland Tops is a rugged wilderness that was once rich in the red cedar highly sought after by colonial settlers for construction and furniture. This guided tour takes you through rainforest gullies on timber boardwalks under the thick canopy near the village of Copeland. (Operates seasonally)
Bush Tucker Tour: On this eco-cultural tour, your Aboriginal guide will unlock the secrets of bush tucker and you’ll gain a better understanding of Aboriginal culture: food, medicines and cultural practices. (Operates seasonally)
Twilight Tour: These guided night tours operate seasonally through the year to view the glow worms, fireflies or other creatures of the night that inhabit the thick rainforests at Copeland Tops State Conservation Area. (Operates seasonally)