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The Cathedral Range is a spectacular seven kilometre ridge of sharply upturned sedimentary rock, with rich natural and cultural heritage, the Range is a special place. This 3577ha park offers you a range of activities from relaxed camping by a clear...more
We arrived about 10 years too late, as our hard hiking days are over. Cooks Mill campsite has plenty of sites with concrete fire rings and site furniture. It can be a challenge to find an even site that isn't flooding in the rain, but...More
We were looking for a challenge so we headed for the hard walks despite a variety of tracks available in this large area. The Wells Cave Track up to Sugarloaf Peak is considered extremely challenging and for very experienced bushwalkers, classified as very hard (ascent...More
If you love hiking, nature, rock scrambling, and have a full day to spare, pack up your gear, step on the accelerator in the car and enjoy the adventure of hiking in cathedral ranges.
What do you need: 2 lt of water, food n snack,...More
Cathedral Ranges offers many levels of bush walking/hiking with some of the best mountain views over looking the Great Dividing Range.
A packed picnic lunch and drinks are a must to sit and enjoy anyone of the numerous view points along the ridge line.
I did this hike with my school and we didn't really know what was ahead of us looking up the mountain. As quick as we did it (which was just under an hour), the narrow, uneven path proved challenging with the benefit of a very...More
We camped overnight at Cooks Mill and did the most of the Northern Circuit Walk (8.5km with car shuffle between Jawbone and Neds). This hike had 360o sweeping views along most of the trail. Our kids (8yr & 11yrs) did it reasonably easy though they...More
I walked up the paths to FarmYard and back to the camping ground; well sign posted with lots of steps but all manageable. Very peaceful, amazing diversity of flora and also saw some wildlife on the way. Will do this again!