Cocoparra National Park
Yenda NSW 2681
If you like bushwalking, we have you covered. Cocoparra National Park is a dramatic and rugged place, a haven for bushwalkers, birdwatchers and nature-lovers.
With a landscape that’s vividly alive and always changing it offers well maintained walking trails and attractive picnic areas.
Visit after rain to see the waterfalls and creeks in full flow and come in spring to see the wonderful variety of wildflowers; orchids, wattles and tea tree bring extra vibrancy to the land. Other seasonal delights include the nesting season of the majestic peregrine falcons. Located just 34km from Griffith, pick up picnic supplies from La Piccola Grosseria or Beelbangera Store and make a day of it.
There are many lovely walking tracks and places to stop and enjoy a BBQ or picnic. The BBQ faciliites are always clean and well maintained. Explore Jack's Creek, Falcon Falls, Woolshed Flat and Store Creek. Camping is permitted at Woolshed Flat.
Pick up a map from the Visitor Centre or download one from the website.
Cocoparra National Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger. Call the National Park office in Griffith or check with the Visitor Centre.
Travelling east along Burley Griffin Way from town centre, turn left onto Crossing Street.
Turn right onto Wakaden Street. This becomes Rankin Springs Road, and then Beelbangera Road as you pass through Beelbangera.
At Yenda, turn left onto Myall Park Road.
Turn right onto Mount Bingar Road, which will take you into the park.
Road signs provide directions along the route from Griffith to Cocoparra National Park
Please note that the eastern side of Cocoparra National Park connects to private property. There is no access to the park from Pleasant Valley Road and you will not be able to enter the park from the Eastern Boundary fire trail as this is for park management only.
If you're visiting the park, please enter from the western side, via Barrys Scenic Drive or Mount Bingar Road.