Kings Plains National Park

Kings Plains camping area, Kings Plains National Park

Address: Kings Plains NSW 2361
Kings Plains Creek, at the heart of this large park, offers still pools, rapids, waterfalls and peaceful walks among the area’s rocky ridges. The rugged terrain and permanent water in pools along the creek encourages an abundance of wildlife. This wild and little-known park, one of the few protected areas on the north-western tablelands, is important for both conservation and recreation. The main attraction is bushwalking—the walk along the creek to Kings Plains Falls is an enjoyable trip of about 2.5 hours return. However, be aware that the falls only flow after good rains. You can also stroll along the attractive creek banks.

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