Cathedral Rock National Park

While travelling towards Dorrigo I decide to stop off at Cathedral Rock National Park. The track in is gravel suitable for 2wd access during dry weather. I felt up to doing a hike so chose the Cathedral Rock track, a 5.8km loop through sub-alpine woodland. The final 400 metres was rock hopping up to the very top.

I then continued on along the Waterfall Way and stopped in to Ebor Falls, on the Guy Fawkes River. Yet another beautiful cascade. The picnic area was packed with day trippers.

 

I spent the night at a caravan park on the outskirts of Dorrigo, next to Dangar Falls.

 

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Brett

Brett is a film maker, hiker, adventurer and Defender owner. He loves the outdoors and feels most at home travelling remote outback places in Australia. The idea of waiting till retirement to begin exploring Australia is not the path Brett has chosen, instead choosing to live life now. Join him on his adventures.

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