Wallagoot Gap to White Rock (9km)

Bournda National Park

New South Wales


4 hrs

Grade 4






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  • Wallagoot Gap to White Rock Take A Walk Publications and Adventures

    The other good option is to make a circuit taking in Wallagoot Lake, Bournda Trig and Bondi Lake, the major features in the park.

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