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New South Wales is blessed with an astounding number of national parks that can be found in coastal areas, in rugged mountain ranges and alpine regions, in the outback and everywhere in between.
Fifteen parks are featured in this photo gallery, and no one could deny that they are among the most beautiful places in Australia.
Here you’ll discover images of the lake and wetlands of Dunn’s swamp that are concealed within the forested landscape of the great Wollemi National Park that reveals its most alluring face on a mist-cloaked morning. In the mountainous Barrington Tops National Park winter mist and a blanket of glittering frost create a picturesque scene at the Polblue swamp too. And at King’s Plains National Park a tranquil stream creates a picture of tranquillity as it mutters through native woodlands daubed with the golden blooms of wattle / acacia trees.
Other photos in this gallery show the majestic rock formation known as Pantoney’s Crown in the aptly named Gardens of Stone National Park, and a unique natural stone arch in the Goulburn River National Park.
There are images of a mist-cloaked valley in the Tolloom National Park, of gorges slicing through the forests and peaks of the Great Dividing Range in Morton and Kosciuszko National Parks, and pictures of the road leading to the jagged peaks of the Warrumbungle National Park.
This is where you’ll find photos of forests and of the walking trails that wind through Mount Kaputar National Park and through the coastal woodlands of Hat Head National Park. And there are images of the narrow trail leading to the historic fern-draped glow worm tunnel at Newnes – which lies within the Wollemi National Park.
Much of the Myall Lakes National Park is cloaked with dense woodlands, but it’s this coastal park’s immense sand dunes, which replicate a desert landscape, that are featured here. There are photos of remote and fascinating outback parks too, including the arid landscapes and historic shearing shed of Sturt National Park. And in the Mungo National Park it’s old stock yards, wildflowers blooming in a landscape dominated by sand dunes, swathes of golden spinifex grass, and the vast plains of the dry Lake Leaghur that are on show for everyone to admire.
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