Coonabarabran Area, NSW
Coonabarabran, nestled at the foothills of the Warrumbungle National Park offers a great diversity of attractions and accommodation to suit the needs of every taste and budget. Country hospitality set in a landscape of rugged mountains, sweeping plains, seasonal colours and sparkling night skies peppered with local characters and stories will make your stay in Coonabarabran a never forget experience.
The worries of travel, crowds and city life will seem a million miles away as you debate the most important decision of the day. Choose between exploring the Warrumbungle National Park or taking a leisurely drive and camping in the Pilliga State Forest. Go stargazing at Skywatch Observatory or save your energy for the Breadknife walk or Milton Judd’s Aboriginal Culture and Ecological Tours. What a choice?
Decisions like these will have to be made when you stay in Coonabarabran – The Astronomy Capital of Australia. Other places to visit include Crystal Kingdom, Siding Spring Exploratory, Pilliga Pottery, Warrumbungles Glass House, Australian Museum Diprotodon Display and for birdwatchers, the Baradine Bird Routes. We have wine tasting at Wattagan Estate or Coonandry Wineries. Wattagan also produce and sell their own emu products.
A vast array of accommodation is available including B&Bs, Motels, Hotels and Caravan Parks in Coonabarabran and the two townships of Baradine and Binnaway. The Warrumbungle National Park also has excellent camping facilities including powered and unpowered sites and amenities with hot showers. Stunning scenery and dazzling night skies await you, not to mention peace and quiet.
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About Coonabarabran Area
- State: New South Wales