Adventure Awaits Within NSW’s Rugged Pilliga National Park.
IT’S HARD to find unique areas these days without travelling plenty of clicks from civilisation, but we recently found a rare pocket within mid-western NSW. The Pilliga is a flat 3000km² area of dense bushland that has significant meaning to the local Kamilaroi people, who have called this place home for nearly 30,000 years.
Located midway between Narrabri and Coonabarabran the Pilliga is a maze of signposted tracks that crisscross each other, and it’s said it would take a week of driving to complete all the roads within. The best bet to avoid this but still explore the area’s secrets is to head to the local discovery centre in Baradine and grab a map and some local information on where to start.
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