Waratah Gully – South East Forests National Park – NSW
Surrounded by ancient eucalyptus trees amongst some with the country’s most abundant and rich flora and fauna, Waratah Gully is an ideal campsite for those looking for a bit of adventure.
Location –One hour and a half drive east of Eden. Travel along the Monaro Hwy and turn right at Northern access road. A further 20 min drive will get you there. Only a 20 min drive from the town of Bombala.
Parking – 2WD drive. Parking available.
Number of campsites – 4
Bookings – No Booking available
Facilities – Picnic tables, barbecue facilities, toilets
Nearest Town – Bombala which is a 20min drive north
Please note – Drinking water and rubbish bins are not available.
Campground sits adjacent to the picturesque Waratah Gully.
Two nearby walking tracks, Pheasants Peak which is a 4km walk to the summit. Walk alongside massive granite boulders while views of the Monaro Plains and Snowy Mountains are nearby. The tall eucalyptus along the path make this a must for flora and fauna lovers.
Myanba Gorge walk.
Very short walk with decking and hand rails, easy stroll and suitable for wheelchairs.
The Myanba Creek and Gorge is a spectacular site with expansive views towards Towamba Valley. Set in old growth forest, it is where the Eastern Escarpment drops 330 metres from 600m at the Myanba Creek. Over millions of years the Myanba Creek has eroded the granodiorite which has resulted in a series of cascades. These cascades are so numerous and plentiful is a must visit for anyone geology and the regions formation.