Cathedral Rock National Park

Cathedral Rock National Park
New South Wales
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Granite tors in Cathedral Rock National Park
Cathedral Rock National Park is located in New South Wales
Cathedral Rock National Park
Cathedral Rock National Park
Coordinates30°25′51″S 152°16′01″E / 30.43083°S 152.26694°E / -30.43083; 152.26694Coordinates: 30°25′51″S 152°16′01″E / 30.43083°S 152.26694°E / -30.43083; 152.26694
Area89 km2 (34.4 sq mi)
Managing authoritiesNSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
WebsiteCathedral Rock National Park
See alsoProtected areas of
New South Wales
Gleichenia dicarpa (pouched coral fern) in a shaded gully on the Cathedral Rock Track

Cathedral Rock is a national park 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) west of Waterfall Way in New South Wales, Australia, 70 kilometres (43 mi) east of Armidale and about 555 kilometres (345 mi) north of Sydney.

This park is lying between the Guy Fawkes River and Macleay Range, and is about six kilometres west of Ebor, New South Wales.

The highest peak of the New England Tableland, Round Mountain, is located in the park.

This is a great place for hiking, camping, picnicking and bird watching. Black cockatoos, a rare turquoise parrot and a wedge-tailed eagle can be found circling the surrounding cliffs in search of prey.

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