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Discovery Program National Parks NSW
Join one of our exciting Discovery tours to experience national parks from a ranger's point of view. Discovery walks, talks and tours give you a fantastic insight into the unexpected delights of national parks. Developed and led by specialist Discovery rangers, these fun activities will teach you more about the environment which surrounds you, and about the history which created it.
To find a discovery tour near you, visit the Wild Wild World website
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Mount Grenfell Historic Site
Quiet and remote, Mt Grenfell is an appropriate location for its unique collection of Aboriginal rock art â€“ a place, an experience so far away from our modern world. What can you see? Dancing figures, kangaroo, emu, and lizards â€“ images from many different time periods, so many artists, creations whose meanings may be lost in time.
Visitors come from all over the world to see this amazing collection of Aboriginal art that reflects the long history and culture of Ngiyampaa Country, yet this site is free of large scale visitation. This allows you to really appreciate this piece of Australiaâ€™s heritage, and to speculate on the stories the images convey.
There is a picnic area near the entrance, a place to experience the area before taking the short walk to the rock art, or the longer Ngiyampaa walk which features panoramic views from the ridge.
Mt Grenfell Historic Site is near Cobar, reached by driving west from Cobar along the Barrier Highway for 40 km, and turning right at the Mt Grenfell sign then about 30 km along the dry weather road.
Autumn, winter and spring are the best times to visit, avoiding the extreme summer heat.
Park Office: 16-19 Barton Street, Cobar NSW
Website: Mt Grenfell NP
Telephone: 02 6836 2692