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Tooloom National Park

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INTRODUCTION:

Tooloom National Park has areas (Tooloom Scrub) included in the World Heritage Area: Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves (Australia). The park protects important rainforest areas and plant species. It protects an area of almost 4 400 hectares.

The park is home to a large number of animals and birds, some of which are threatened, including the Powerful Owl, Black-striped Wallaby and Rufous Bettong. There are 10 species of Macropods (Kangaroos and Wallabies) in the park.

The Tooloom National Park area is known to have been an important Aboriginal area, especially in the Wallaby Creek and Tooloom Falls areas.

Tooloom National Park is accessed via Urbenville to the north-east, along the Tooloom Road.

 

CAMPING:

Bush camping is allowed in Tooloom National Park. No camping is allowed at Tooloom Picnic Area.

 

WALKING:

Tooloom Picnic Area:

Tooloom Picnic Area has toilets and water. At the Tooloom Picnic Area there are two walks possible. The first is a 20 minute walk (500m) through the surrounding rainforest.

The second walk is to the Tooloom Lookout.

ABOVE: Tooloom Picnic
Area

 

Wallaby Creek Road:

To walk to the northern section of the park it is necessary to follow Wallaby Creek Road.

 

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