Cocoparra National Park is situated on 8,358 hectares. Located 603 kilometres south west of Sydney and 25 kilometres north east of Griffith. Cocoparra offers a rare chance to see original Riverina forests with wattles, orchids and ironbarks. Beautiful flowers in the spring time, bushwalking, bush camping, picnicking and photography.
Pit toilets and barbecue facilities are available. No permanent water. Fireplaces are provided but visitors are asked to bring their own firewood. Electric bar...
Hermits Cave is situated to the left and down a path below the former Sir Dudley de Chair's Lookout - now named the Hermits Cave Lookout.
The cave was once the home of Valerio Riccetti, a miner from Broken Hill. After being jilted, he left Broken Hill and lived the life of a hermit in his cave on Scenic Hill.
During World War II, he was interned and after his release he returned to the cave. He became very ill and sought refuge from one of the local doctors. In return for treatment he tended...
A ten minute drive north-west of Griffith will lead you to Lake Wyangan.
Lake Wyangan offers a delightful setting for a relaxing break. Take advantage of the sheltered picnic areas or barbecue facilities that are found throughout the wildlife enclosures. There is also a playground for children to enjoy.
All manner of water sports are available, bring a boat and fish, ski or simply enjoy sailing. A site is available for the CMCA motor home traveller.