National Parks in New South Wales

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NSW has many national parks where you can easily spend days. Decide for yourself whether you want to walk around, indulge in wild-water rafting, ski or do rock climbing. The two probably best-known parks are Blue Mountains and Snowy River National Park, that each consist of several other national parks. In the Blue Mountains National Park, you can pay a visit to mines and old railway bridges as well as exploring the marvellous woods, waterfalls and wildflowers. Although part of the Snowy Mountains are used for skiing activities and other tourist events, this area still fascinates and impresses its visitors. When you’re up to it, you can walk to the top of Australia, the 2228m Mt. Kosciusko.

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Snowy River National Park

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Wadbilliga National Park

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Yengo National Park

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durra beach

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Blue Mountains National Park

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Heathcote National Park

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Barrington Tops National Park

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Deua National Park

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Washpool National Park

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