The Pilliga National Park
Wild and remote classic Australian landscape. Pilliga is traditional Country of the Gamilaroi People and their connection to the land is visible throughout Country today. National Parks
Pilliga Forest is an iconic Australian landscape offering rugged beauty on a grand scale. Rich red earth and soft grey-green foliage set against deep blue skies, the colour schemes alone are worth the look.
The area is steeped in Aboriginal history, with the Salt caves and Sandstone caves significant shelter locations for their peoples (would love some images of the Salt caves, if anyone would like to submit some via the map
You will find the entrance road to the Sandstone caves market as Yaminba Trail off the Newell Hwy approximately 34km North of Coonabarabran. The road is dirt and 2wd accessible with the walking trail not too far along. TOILETS have been installed along the walking track
Follow this link for the best driving directions to the Sculptures in the Scrub walk, picnic and campgrounds. via Baradine. Approx 25km dirt but 2wd accessible.