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I took my partner out here for a look and he thought it was a great day out. We swam a little but as the water levels are quite low and not really flowing at the moment, it is a bit murky and slimy. In...More
Manilla itself is a sleepy little town full of historic buildings, with many stores closed - having said that it is interesting just to stroll around. There is a lovely tourist information centre, and the day we were there the volunteers were friendly and helpful....More
We travel to Warabah several times a year, sometimes for a picnic lunch, other times we camp. Relaxing in the water or sitting in the shade, its such a lovely natural area to relax. There are non flushable toilets that are always clean and the...More
Swimming in beautiful pools, amid Rapids - great day out. Need good vehicle. The drive to the park has some great scenery and there are great camping areas. But you would be pushed to find a nicer river area anywhere. There are two main spots...More
Warrabah National Park is about a half hour drive from Manilla. You will need a decent vehicle to get there, not necessarily a 4WD but the gravel road becomes steep and narrow in a few places. Not for caravans. Once you arrive you will find...More