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Kanangra-Boyd

LPI Jenolan 8930-3N
LPI Kanangra 8930-3S
LPI Yerranderie 8929-4N
Gangerang (Dunphy)
Kowmung (Dunphy)
Gundungura (Unirover)

Kanangra Boyd National Park is wild country and part of the Greater Blue World Heritage Area.

The park is probably best known for the majestic cliffs that form Kanangra Walls. It also has high peaks like Mt Paralyser, Mt Guougang and Mt Cloudmaker, deep gorges like Kanangra Gorge, Shamash Deep and Whalania Deep and many vantage points to take in the spectacular views.

There are many long, overnight walks for experienced bushwalkers and a range of shorter walks too. This country is wilderness and all precautions should be taken to ensure your safety.

Camping facilities are available at the Boyd River Camping Area.

Kanangra Boyd National Park (NSW)

100 Man Cave
100 Man Cave is a large overhang under the rim rock on the north-west side of Ti Willa Plateau just a short walk from Ti Willa Top. There is plenty of...

1000 Man Cave
1000 Man Cave is a huge overhang under the rim rock on the south-east side of Ti Willa Plateau above the headwaters of Little Gingra Creek. Even though 1000 Man Cave...

Brennan Wall
Brennan Wall is a narrow peninsular, bounded east & west by cliffs, running about 800 metres SSW from Brennan Top towards Mt Jingery. Brennan Wall is covered with areas of heath,...

Crafts Wall
Crafts Wall is the north western escarpment of a small mesa on the ridgeline running south-west from Mt Cloudmaker. It is about 5.5 kilometres north east from Kanangra Walls on the...

Dex Creek
Dex Creek is a small creek that rises about 500 metres north east of Mt Cloudmaker & flows into TiWilla Creek about 2.5 kilometres away to the east. Dex Creek is...

Gangerang Range
The Gangerang Range runs from Kanangra Tops north east to Mount Koorain at the junction of the Kowmung and Coxs Rivers. The iconic Kanangra To Katoomba route follows the Gangerang Range...

Gentles Lookout
Gentles Lookout (Gentles Sheerdown) is a lookout offering commanding views over Thurat Spires & Kanangra Deep as well as into the Pooken Hole (the Den of the Mist Monster). The lookout...

Gordon Smith Pass
Gordon Smith Pass provides a fairly easy route from Brennan Top down to the Kilpatrick Causeway. Gordon Smith Pass was named after Gordon Smith, one of the 'Tiger Walkers', a phenomenal...

Kanangra Walls
Kanangra Walls is a long cliff line that wraps around the southern and eastern sides of Kanangra Deep. The southern side has heavily eroded by a number of small creeks, including...

Mt Cloudmaker
Mt Cloudmaker is the highest mountain the Gangerang Range. There aren't many views from the summit which is covered with forest. There are some great views from the Rip, Rack...

Mt Danae
Mt Danae is located approximately 2.7 kilometres east south east of Mt Thurat. Mt Danae is on the easiet route to Gentles Lookout & the Cliffs of Seriphos. Walking is fairly...

Mt Paralyser
Mt Paralyser is a high point at the northern end of Thurat Ridge, 9k from the Kanangra Road and 4.3k from the junction of Whalania and Kanangra Creeks. There aren't many...

Mt Stormbreaker
Mt Stormbreaker is one of the high peaks in the Gangerang Range, lying between Mt High And Mighty and Mt Cloudmaker. There are several locations suitable for camping on Mt Stormbreaker...

Pages Pinnacle
Pages Pinnacle is a sandstone residual, 375 metres south east of Crafts Wall. The top of Pages Pinnacle consists of huge sandstone blocks. A couple can be climbed. There are some excellent...

Seriphos Cliffs
The Seriphos Cliffs flank the southern & eastern edges of Mt Danae & drop into the Kanangra Gorge & the Seriphos Pit. A bench on the cliffs allows commanding views over...

Ti Willa Plateau
Ti Willa Plateau is a long narrow mesa on the southern side of Ti Willa Creek and SE of Mt Cloudmaker. Easiest access to Ti Willa Plateau is down from Mt...

Ti Willa Top
Ti Willa Top is the peak at the southern end of Ti Willa Plateau and just on 950 metres SE from Mt Cloudmaker. High cliffs to the west, south and east...