The World Heritage Gondwana Rainforests are the largest sub-tropical rainforests in the world. There are also Antarctic beech cool temperate rainforests, warm temperate rainforests, littoral rainforest, floodplain rainforest and dry rainforests. The eucalyptus forests of northern NSW are pretty special too. There are wet and dry sclerophyll forests, mangrove forests and forested wetlands.

Trails

A short easy walk in rare white booyong lowland Coramba rainforest to the Orara River
A guided tour sharing bush secrets on an easy track to Pipeclay lagoon
Wet feet as you cross Dingo Creek many times, before a steep forest climb up to Slug Trail and a lookout
An easy 4WD loop, with lookouts high on Chaelundi Road, heritage sites and interesting short walks.
Rock hop your way down Kings Plains Creek to the dramatic falls (best after rain)
A rainforest walk following Rosewood Creek with a steep descent to Red Cedar Falls, the largest in Dorrigo NP
A 4WD journey exploring the Macleay Valley and gorges, camping at Georges Junction and West Kunderang