Culgoa Floodplain National Park is another great side trip for campers and birdwatchers. The park is remote, so prepare to be totally self-sufficient and well-equipped. Culgoa Floodplain National Park is approximately 50km south-west of Hebel and accessible via dirt roads (dry weather only) and a 4WD vehicle is essential.
On arrival at Culgoa Floodplain National Park, check into the Ranger’s office to pick up a detailed map of access tracks and camping areas. Bush camping is permitted at the Byra Lagoon and Redbank Hut bush camping areas. This park is a birdwatcher’s haven with more than 150 bird species recorded. Pack your camera to capture the abundance of wildlife and nature that call this national park home.
To get there from Hebel, travel 45 south to Goodooga along a sealed road. From Goodooga, turn right into Brenda Road before taking the left fork after the cattle grid. Follow the ‘Byra 7km’ sign until you have reached the park’s eastern boundary. Please leave any gates you pass through as you find them.
Culgoa Floodplain National Park Gallery
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