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Burrabadine walking track is a 4km return walk in Goobang National Park, located near Greenbah campground. It's a bush walk that is guaranteed to get your heart rate up, and the compelling scenic views from Burrabadine Peak at the end will definitely make it worth the effort.
The track is clearly marked and easy to follow, leading you to the peak through a diverse and eye-catching range of vegetation. In springtime, when the wildflowers are in full bloom, the views over the surrounding farming country are spectacular.
The walk takes you from Sawpit Gully fire trail, south of Greenbah campground to the top of Burrabadine Peak on the Herveys Range.
About the region
Goobang National Park in the Country NSW region
Goobang National Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.
Burrabadine walking track is in the Wanda Wandong sector of Goobang National Park. To get there:Make your way to Peak Hill-Baldry Road, just south of Trewilga, following the signs to Goobang National Park.Follow this road for 15km then turn left into the parkFollow Sawpit Gully fire trail for 5.5km (around several bends) until you reach the Burrabadine walking track carpark on the left. Road quality Check the weather before you set out as the road to Burrabadine walking track may be closed following heavy rain. Parking Limited parking is available at Burrabadine walking track's head. Alternatively, park at Greenbah campground and walk 900m south along the Sawpit Gully fire trail to the walking track.
Visit NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service for more information on this trail.
The longitude and latitude of the start and end points are approximately only and should not be used for navigation purposes. Please contact me if you know the correct coordinates.