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The Residence is set up for 10 people but with the help of a swag we were able to have a mini family reunion at the New England National Park. Set in beautiful forest where every tree has moss hanging off it and the sound...More
Stayed at the old Rangers Residence for 4 nights with 5 other people. Plenty of room and a great fire pit outside to stay warm and toast marshmallows. We had to bring all linen and towels. The Residence has air condioning in all rooms (3...More
Had last weekend in New England National Park to celebrate a significant birthday. We rented The Residence which was a delightful surprise. Spacious enough for 10 of us - didn't matter that the weather was damp and foggy, we had several walks in the beautiful...More
This is a great spot for people who love walking in remote areas.
We camped at the Thungutti site which is on the western side of the park. There is a good unsealed road into the park. The camp ground is well maintained and has...More
A very beautiful national park with excellent views and walks through a variety of flora zones.
We normally do bush walks in less than the recommended times however we noticed in the case of New England that this was not the case. I suspect it's...More
We camped at the Thungutti site during a cold snap and were grateful for the supplied firewood to keep us warm. There are great views from Point Lookout and the Weeping Rock walk is really magical. The park has some accommodation for rent if you...More
I’d heard it was good; one of the better walks they said; then it had that magic word “cascade” in it, surely designed to attract the likes of me.
It’s in New England National Park, 736 square kms of virgin bush criss-crossed by many a...More