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

Explore Arrawarra creek estuary and Mullaway beach
A forest loop with the dog on a mix of tracks in search of rare diamonds
Granite rocks, forests, wild swimming and lots of spring flowers!
The lush green of Fridays Creek Valley and a view of the upper Orara valley
Green Gully Track is a four day hut to hut walk in Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, with a day spent walking in the Green Gully creek
Make a day of it - three forest walks, and a beautiful riverside campsite for lunch
Timber and rail heritage at Cascade, and giant brush box trees