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All reviews easy walk goulburn river rock face lovely walk sandstone cliffs rock hopping interesting rock formations bush walk national park all ages average fitness minute round trip picnic area australian bush take your time beautiful scenery peaceful place
This is a great walk about 40km from Mudgee. Walk beside the start of the Goulbourn River along a well established track. The round trip is 2.8km with a few stairs but easily manageable for basic fitness levels. Look out for native wildlife before getting...More
We did this walk on a sunny day in September and thoroughly enjoyed the walk.You follow the very clear river, lots of places to stop. We saw a couple of families along the way, the children were having a lovely time on the rocks and...More
Loved this walk yes there are stairs and rocks to climb but that makes even more enjoyable. Be aware there is currently a drought happening but there is still water flowing in the creek and drops still happening in the gorge. The Aussie bush is...More
The surrounding area doesn't give up many hints of what lay in wait at the drip. Its a very un glamorous name but dont be fooled, this place is definitely worth the visit.
We found the 1.4klm hike in quite easy with a fairly level...More
Nice cool walk to The Drip. Saw a couple of roos on the other side of the river. There’s a small section of dripping wall at the start of the walk which is actually more active than The ‘real’ Drip at the moment. While it’s...More
A place worth visiting. The walk was easy and not too difficult. Would recommend a stick when walking through the tracks, never know what can pop out at you (nothing did when we were there). Once you got to the drip gorge, it was worth...More
What a wonderful surprise. Easy walk with some steps & only one or two more narrow bits. The rock formations are spectacular and with the river running along the walk it is lovely. Great picnic areas as well as toilet facilities at the beginning of...More
The parking lot for The Drip Gorge is located approximately 50 kilometres north (about a 30 minute drive) from Mudgee along the Ulan Road. The drive takes you past some beautiful grazing lands, through some bush and then past some huge ugly black coal mines...More
Yes - Hands On Rock, is a short drive further along Ulan Road, sign posted on your left as you head north, there is car park, and a short walk to the art site that has some interpretation, worth a visit, especially if you... More
Yes - Hands On Rock, is a short drive further along Ulan Road, sign posted on your left as you head north, there is car park, and a short walk to the art site that has some interpretation, worth a visit, especially if you are at The Drip.