Situated between Kangaroo Valley and the coast, Cambewarra Range Nature Reserve is a great place for hiking, cycling, birdwatching and picnicking.
Hidden away on a high plateau between the NSW south coast and Kangaroo Valley, you’ll find Cambewarra Range Nature Reserve. The park is quite unusual in that it’s made up of parcels of land spread across Cambewarra Mountain Range rather than being within a single boundary. And just as great things come in small packages, this, along with its diversity of plant communities, birdlife and animals, simply adds to the reserve’s unique appeal.
Looking for a new perspective on the world? Drive up to towards Red Rocks trig station and take a short walk for views across the rural patchwork and forested landscape of Kangaroo Valley. Anyone who chooses to go walking or mountain biking can also access Browns Mountain trig station by following Browns Mountain trail.
So pack a picnic lunch and bring your friends, family, bushwalking group or birdwatching club to explore Cambewarra Range.