Yengo National Park

Yengo National Park
From Sydney:
135kms   ·  150 mins by car

Yengo National Park

Only two hours drive from Sydney or Newcastle, yet remarkably secluded, Yengo National Park offers spectacular views, remote wilderness and Aboriginal cultural heritage.

Only 85km north of Sydney, Yengo National Park feels a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

From Cessnock, head straight to Finchley lookout in the Finchley precinct for spectacular views of Mount Yengo and beyond. Be amazed by nearby Aboriginal rock carvings.

Base yourself at Big Yango Homestead for the weekend and enjoy a cosy fireplace at night. Or cook up some tasty bush tucker on the campfire at the tranquil Blue Gum campground and rest up after your mountain bike adventures on the Mount Yengo loop trail.

Explore the southern precinct of the park near Mogo campground on foot and discover the historic town of St Albans, before heading home via Wisemans Ferry feeling relaxed and recharged.

How To Get Here..

Located on the Northern side of the Hawkesbury River at Wisemans Ferry. Cross the main car ferry adjacent to Wisemans Ferry Reserve and turn left towards St Albans. Other access points available. Collect a map from National Parks and Wildlife Service - Ph: 1300 361 967

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