Gibraltar-Washpool World Heritage Walk (45km)

Gibraltar Range National Park

New South Wales


3-4 days

Grade 4


Hike summary

Route and GPX file

Gear you might need

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Getting there

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About the region

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Acknowledgement of Country

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1 Review on “Gibraltar-Washpool World Heritage Walk (45km)”

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  • Margaret Gill

    Gina Scott Gary Scott

    1. William Rennes

      im keen

    2. William Rennes

      its one hour west of grafton

    3. Beth Rennes

      Yeh – not too far

    4. Dean Herman

      My favorites parks.

    5. Beth Rennes

      This looks good William Rennes

  • I walked this 45km circuit in an anti-clockwise direction, starting from Mulligans Campground. Glad I did because the last day 3, 19km leg from Boundary Falls back to Mulligans CG was the trip highlight. Also, quite a level section following two different creeks. The first 2 days of hiking going in that anti-clockwise direction from Mulligans CG is a bit of a foot slog on NP fire trails. Bellbird CG is a pleasant area to stay. Boundary Falls CG is more suitable to caravans than pitching a tent as the campsites are as hard as the clay at Roland Garros.

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