Pilliga National Park, Newell Highway, Dandry NSW, Australia
The Pilliga Forest, with its vast and unusual semi–arid woodlands spanning over 3000 square kilometres, is said to be the home of the Pilliga Yowie!
Salt Caves, County Line Rd, The Pilliga, NSW, 2388, Australia
The Salt Caves are an important Aboriginal site and are an excellent example of shelters used by the traditional Gamilaroi people.
Sculptures in the Scrub picnic area and campground, Baradine NSW, Australia
Deep in vast Pilliga Forest lies exquisite Dandry Gorge and the magnificent Sculptures in the Scrub. This once secret location of the Aboriginal Gamilaroi People is now an extraordinary [...]
Birds are abundant throughout Narrabri Shire. Great bird watching destinations include Yarrie Lake, Mt Kaputar National Park, Pilliga Lagoons and the Pilliga Forest. The Pilliga Forest has long been recognised [...]
Dandry Rd, Coonabarabran, NSW, 2357, Australia
Nestled in the beautiful woodlands of the Pilliga Forest sits the extensive studio workshop, gallery and café that make up Pilliga Pottery.
Pilliga East State Forest, The Pilliga, New South Wales, Australia
The Pilliga Forest is one of the largest native cypress forests in Australia and hosts an abundance of wildlife including koalas, kangaroos, possums, echidnas, goannas, emus and its very [...]
Pilliga Sandstone Caves, Sandstone Caves Walking Track, Dandry NSW, Australia
Walk in the footsteps of the Gamilaroi people along the short Sandstone Caves walking track in Pilliga Nature Reserve. You’ll pass through scenic forest to the impressive sandstone hills, [...]
Pilliga Forest Discovery Centre, Wellington Street, Baradine NSW, Australia
Start your exploration of Pilliga Forest at the award-winning and wheelchair accessible Pilliga Forest Discovery Centre. Located in Baradine, known as the gateway to Pilliga Forest, the Discovery Centre is [...]