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Creeks, cliffs, caves, lookouts.
Go for a walk, fair few KM between each area but it's a very good track, smashed it out in thongs no dramas.
Seen some Kangaroos around, beautiful creek along the way.
Need a bit of rain to have the area...More
This is a good walk although the sign posts could be a bit more informative as to the amount of steps involved and the degree of difficulty. The hanging rock at the gorge at the end is majestic and worth pushing yourself to get there...More
Even though it was very dry when we were at the gorge the scenery, features and views were still lovely. We did the walks both on the South and North ends of the National Park. We are experienced walkers so the climbs and rock scrambling...More
If you are ever in the area of Cania Gorge, highly recommend stopping in here to experience the history and nature of this area. We stayed for a week at the Big 4 (would stay again!), and did all the walks over 4 days. Dripping...More
Cania Gorge National Park offers a range of excellent short walks in a stunning location, as well as one much longer all day walk.
There is no camping in the park but commercial operators are very close by. The facilities in the park are excellent...More
Would recommend these numerous walks for all levels of walkers. It is up to you what pace to set and admire the beautiful surrounds that nature has created.bear paw walk was one of the shortest but spectacular view of the bear paw. The walk to...More
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We visited in October and the weather was perfect,,warm and dry. All the Walks are way marked and easy. In hot weather choose which side of the gorge carefully to walk to give you shade. It makes a big difference. We enjoyed... More
We visited in October and the weather was perfect,,warm and dry. All the Walks are way marked and easy. In hot weather choose which side of the gorge carefully to walk to give you shade. It makes a big difference. We enjoyed our visit. There are enough walks for a couple of days.