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It was a good 45 minute walk both ways with an easy rock climb to see unexpected views 30 minutes from Mudgee. We saw some lyre birds. We then stopped at the Coolyan Pub for lunch on the back deck again with pretty views
We enjoyed a walk to the castle rocks. A solid walk that took 45 min each way. A stunning view after a wLk through lovely bush. Not too strenuous and nice wide track. Follow your nose when you get the actual rocks.
An easy 30 minute drive from Mudgee but when reach Munghorn Gap Nature Reserve signs be alert for Castle Rocks Walking Track carpark, on your right, as poorly signposted. There are no facilities at trail head. The 4.25km walk to Castle Rocks is along a...More
Unique sandstone formations at the top of this walk with views to surrounding country. The walk to the castle rocks is along a fire trail so not interesting for views but the abundant bird life of the reserve makes up for lack of views along...More
Although some reviews are stating that they did not see any wildlife the bush and the birds are spectacular and quite different to other bush walks in this area.. I walked this track with my 5 & 6 year old boys and although we were...More
It was a good level bushwalk 4 klms each way not a lot to see on the track it is when you get near the end of the forward trip and see the lack of signage which disappointed us. About 150 mtrs from the 'Castle...More
We left Mudgee and went home the "back way" via Wollar rd.
A beautiful scenic drive, absolutely beautiful.
Highly recommended to do it at least once in your life to see the natural beauty of this area.
Even stopping for road works, gave us a...More
We were driving to Denman from Mudgee and chose the Bylong Valley route so that we could do this walk. The 4kms in is easy. Flat with the occasional small undulation. Whilst the stands of grass trees are impressive it does get monotonous. We did...More