Warrumbungles National Park
This website follows the Grigaliunas Family, Leigh, Yasmin, Layla and Libby, as they take a year off life to travel around the great country of Australia.
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Warrumbungles National Park

National Park, Places
hiking, mountains, nature, stargazing
About This Project

The Warrumbungles National Park was a must do for us as we tripped through the NSW outback.  Unfortunately the main reason we headed there, the star gazing, was stolen from us by a few cloudy nights, but the hiking and countryside vistas were nothing short of amazing.  We did get a few clear nights and wow, you can certainly see why the landscape is dotted with observatories here and there.

Additionally the Grand Hightops and Breadknife walk offered some breathtaking scenery that was well worth the 600+ stairs you need to climb to experience it.  Keeping in mind that on this trip so far we’ve been up both Cradle Mountain and Mount Kosciusko, this walk wasn’t too far from the aforementioned in terms of beauty and pure spectacle.  Well worth a look.

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