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Sawn Rocks is a 40 metre basalt rock cliff face featuring ‘perpendicular-octagonal shaped rocks, resembling a giant series of organ pipes’ & looks as though it was created by some architectural firm rather than nature.
Bingara Road | Mount Kaputar National Park, Narrabri, New South Wales, Australia
We happened to be going out in the Bingara Road but even if we weren’t this place is worth going out of your way to visit.
The car park is just near the road. There are picnic tables and a bush toilet. It is a...More
These rocks are phenomenal! An easy short walk, with good disabled access and clean facilities. Take your water as very dry at the moment. But would be just beautiful with water in the creek. We did the walk and then had some lunch looking over...More
If you're driving past along the Killarney Gap Road, it's definitely worth the short detour to have a look. The walk takes less than 10 minutes to get to the rock face (ignore the sign at the front saying it's a 60 minute round trip)...More
Such a rare rock formation within a short walking distance from the car park. The return trip is an easy 30 mins stroll. Well worth the visit. Good picnic facilities too with a toilet nearby. Kids had loads of fun making rock statues. The views...More
We have camped at Mt Kaputar NP many times over the years but have never visited the Organ Pipes, in the same national park but accessed via a completely different road and a couple of hours round trip including the paved walk to the organ...More
Great place to visit when in Narrabri. Plenty of car parking, table/seats, bbq facilities, toilets. Good spot for photographers, nice walking track, wheelchair friendly along the track. Could easily spend a few hours, nice spot to chill out and relax.
This is the second time i have been here. Bit different to the first time. A fire had recently been though here and eveything is burnt to a crisp, just starting to regenerate. This hasn't had any affect on the rocks though.
The Sawn Rocks...More