Other Attractions You Can Enjoy
Brindabella National Park
The Brindabella National Park is an appealing underdeveloped, and rugged Bushland area. It is located at the edge of the Capital Territory of Australia and located within easy reach of the nation’s capital. The national park has several campgrounds, Flea Creek, a great spot for a picnic, and some spectacular 4WD tracks.
Being an underdeveloped area, it is largely undisturbed. It is home to casuarinas trees and different birds like the peregrine falcons, the yellow-tailed black cockatoos, the pink robins, and the olive whistlers. You can enjoy the scenic views from the mountain tops, breathe the fresh mountain breeze, and even view Canberra and the Australian Alps in the distance.
Its closeness to Canberra means you can take a quick day trip or plan a weekend getaway to the Brindabella National Park alone or with your family. The park offers a nice, relaxing experience of an alpine bush. It has spectacular views, great walking paths, nice fishing spots, and the 4WD trails.
The 4WD trails are extensive, perfect for those who love a good challenge. Take your trail bike onto the trails and have a nice mountain biking experience. We will present you with a journey that takes you across ridgelines and unique mountainous terrains. The trails are covered with scribbly gums and red stringybark. Enjoy the scenic views of the lovely range.
For more information about the Brindabella National Park, check out the website http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/brindabella-national-park.
The Coree Campground is nestled within the tall eucalypt forest. The Coree campground is a remote, beautiful campground in the Brindabella National Park.
Accommodations on the campground are tents. The area has a picnic table. There are toilet facilities. Be sure to bring along your water for cooking and drinking and some firewood for campfires. There is no camping fee required at the campground. However, you are expected to book with a $6 booking fee. You can book online or by phone call.