Wollemi National Park

Wollemi National Park was gazetted in 1979. It covers almost half-a-million hectares, much of which is considered wilderness. The southern section forms the catchment for the Colo River, while the northern section drains into the Hunter River.

The park is named after one of the major tributaries of the Colo River - Wollemi Creek. The name comes from the aboriginal word "Wollumii" which means "look around you" or "watch your step".

The park can be reached from the Putty Road (between Windsor and Singleton), the Bells Line of Road, Newnes, Glen Davis, and Rylstone.

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