Yango walking track Trail Hiking Australia
  • Length: 6km

  • Duration: 3hrs

  • Grade: 4

  • Style: Circuit

  • Start: Yengo Walk Trail, Big Yengo

  • End: Yengo Walk Trail, Big Yengo

  • Location: Yengo National Park

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  • Distance from CBD: 160 km

  • State: NSW

  • Latitude: -32.97671711

  • Longitude: 150.8501112

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Historic Rail Trail

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Urban Walk

Coast & Beach

Historic Lighthouse

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Heritage Walk

Aboriginal Art

Alpine Region

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River Crossings

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Yango walking track is a 6km, grade 4 circuit hike, located in the Yengo National Park, New South Wales. The hike should take approximately 3hrs to complete.

Hike Summary

Following a former logging trail, Yango walking track travels for 6km through some of the most pristine and picturesque wilderness in Yengo National Park. In parts, the track can be a little rough and there are some steep sections, but tackling them ensures ample rewards, such as views of the unique geology and surrounding sandstone landscape.
Along the way, you'll be able to see the rare velvet wattle, which flourishes in this part of the world. On the sheltered southern side of Mount Yengo, you'll also pass through a small section of rainforest, with red cedars and giant stinging trees.
The best time to tackle the walk is in autumn or spring when conditions are mild. Don't forget to bring your camera or binoculars - there'll be plenty of opportunities for photography or birdwatching along the way.

Getting there

To Yengo walk access. Yango walking track is in the Big Yango precinct of Yengo National Park. To get there from Wollombi:Take Yango Creek Road for 10km to Upper Yango Creek RoadContinue along Upper Yango Creek Road for 2.4km and turn right onto Finchley track, after the wooden bridge and cattle grid.Follow for 9.2km, passing Finchley lookout, then continue west to Yango walking track.The Big Yango entrance and locked gate is 13.5km away. A gate code is required to access this area.5km from the gate is Big Yango House. This is as far as you can take 2WD vehicles.4WDs can turn right, following the track to Blue Gums campground and Yango loop track.Drive along Yango loop track for 4.5km to the gate at the base of Mount Yengo and the start of the walk Park entry points Yengo walk access See on map Road quality Check the weather before you set out as the road to Yango walking track can become boggy when it rains. Parking Car and bus parking is available at the base of Mount Yengo, at the start of Yango walking track. It can be a busy place on the weekend, so parking might be limited.


Vehicle access to this walking track is available to visitors who are camping or staying at Big Yango House, Blue Gums campground or Mountain Arm campground. Gate codes will be provided in booking confirmations.
The weather in the area can be extreme and unpredictable, so please ensure you're well-prepared for your visit.
It's a good idea to wear long pants and enclosed shoes to protect yourself from stinging nettles on parts of the track
Remember to take your binoculars if you want to go birdwatching

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.

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