River National Park and surrounding areas
Commencing at Bathurst, the tour meanders
along the Beaconsfield Road from the historical
village of O’Connell, passing through
the village of Black Springs and onto the
start of the Abercrombie River National
Park via the Arkstone Road entrance.
Like the Kanangra-Boyd tour, the tracks
are moderate in complexity offering some
wonderfully secluded views and scenery throughout
Lunch is prepared at either The Sink, or
Silent Creek before wandering along the
various trails learning about the flora
and fauna that exists in the areas being
visited. There are a number of alternative
routes that can be enjoyed within the park
before rejoining Abercrombie Road. The return
home can be achieved in a number of ways
but generally is via Oberon and Lowes Mount
Road, Mutton Falls Road and O’Connell.
is generally 9.00am returning by 4pm
is a day tour for up to 7 Guests.
seats are available.
tea, lunch and afternoon tea is
It is advisable for Guests to bring
a jacket, hat, any personal necessities
and wear enclosed shoes.
What They Say
"Thanks for a great
trip. I felt a million miles
away. So relaxing."
note: At times certain tours may not
be available due to weather conditions,
permit availability or closures of the
area due to natural occurrences such
as flooding or fires. In this situation,
an alternative tour can be arranged