Dandry Gorge

Dandry Gorge(Coonabarabran)


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Marcia
澳大利亚悉尼202 条分享
2020年8月 • 夫妻情侣
We slept in the camp site which was so peaceful with great amenities. The walk to the sculptures is easy and very serene. The Art works are creative and tells a lovely story. I also enjoyed the walk down in the gorge as it was interesting as to how much water would be running through there. I can only imagine how beautiful it would be when all the plants are flowering
撰写日期:2020年8月7日
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Thankyou, we are so pleased to hear you enjoyed your visit/camp at the 'Sculptures in the Scrub' in the Pilliga forest.
撰写日期:2020年8月8日
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Review_by_BB
20 条分享
2020年7月
A thoroughly interesting nature and arts experience in one! Our family of four accessed this location from the Newell Hwy after visiting the equally enjoyable Sandstone Caves. The drive is about 30km drive in via a reasonable condition dirt road that most 2WDs could handle in the dry.

The walk follows a loop track of good standard and is about 3km in length. Light to moderate fitness is required but our 4 year old had no problems. The artwork was interesting as was the signage. Leave at least 2 hours to complete the walk. Definitely recommended if you like bush walks with some added artwork for interest.

The picnic area at the start/end of the walk has toilets and tables that made for an enjoyable family lunch.

We drove back to Coonabarabran via the Baradine NPWS Info Centre (interesting history to the area) and through the Wurrumbungles that made for a terrific day of exploring. Our thanks to the NPWS officer on duty at the info centre for providing value adding information.
撰写日期:2020年7月18日
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Thankyou, we are so pleased to hear you enjoyed your visit to the Pilliga forest and The Pilliga Forest Discovery Centre.
撰写日期:2020年7月28日
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Jneene
澳大利亚墨尔本67 条分享
2018年4月 • 夫妻情侣
Two hour walk along the ridge and then down into the gorge. Interesting sculptures along the way.
Need a reasonable level of fitness however the path is well maintained so if you are willing to take your time you should be ok. There are numerous steps along the way though.
Try and do it before it gets too hot and the flies can be bothersome.
About 30kms of dirt road which could be quite rough at times I would imagine.
If you like art and walking it is well
worth the effort
撰写日期:2018年4月2日
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Thankyou, we are so pleased to hear you enjoyed your visit to the 'Sculptures in the Scrub' in the Pilliga forest.
撰写日期:2020年7月28日
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Jenny G
澳大利亚Cambewarra29 条分享
2017年9月 • 好友
Enjoyable beautifully presented walk on the rim of the gorge with several Aboriginal cultural sculptures set in beautiful natural bushland.
Easy descent into shady gorge. Seating along the walk. Information board much appreciated to recognise the hundreds of plants and bird species.
Excellent facilities at track head.....picnic tables and toilets
Well done on an excellent walk.
撰写日期:2017年10月18日
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Thankyou, we are so pleased to hear you enjoyed your visit to the 'Sculptures in the Scrub' in the Pilliga forest.
撰写日期:2020年7月28日
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peter s
澳大利亚罗克汉普顿655 条分享
2017年9月 • 夫妻情侣
Access to Dandry Gorge is via a 30klm dirt road which I would not attempt during or after heavy rain. A little rough in patches but passable in dry weather and well worth the effort. Picnic tables and toilets are available adjacent to the car park and trailhead. The main attraction here is the five indigenous inspired sculptures randomly placed in the scrub along the rim of the Gorge. It is an easy 1.2 km walk along the Gorge top and a very worthwhile and spectacular loop track back along the Gorge floor providing another view of two of the sculptures from a different perspective.
撰写日期:2017年9月5日
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Thankyou, we are so pleased to hear you enjoyed your visit to the 'Sculptures in the Scrub' in the Pilliga forest.
撰写日期:2020年7月28日
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ian6633
澳大利亚Beechwood304 条分享
2016年9月 • 好友
This is a really beautiful place where you can see it would have been a special place for traditional owners to gather and camp. With the addition of an easy walking trail, well positioned seating and appropriate artwork it is really enjoyable to visit. All the people who have contributed to this place need to be congratulated for their efforts. It is a truly spiritual place. Thank you for making so good for visitors.
撰写日期:2016年9月17日
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Thankyou, we are so pleased to hear you enjoyed your visit to the 'Sculptures in the Scrub' in the Pilliga forest.
撰写日期:2020年7月28日
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JGDynamo
加拿大2,158 条分享
2016年6月 • 好友
We came through Dandry Gorge a few weeks back as part of our time in the Coonabarabran area. The Sculptures in the Scrub was an interesting idea to get people to get out to the area and we were glad that we had the 4WD as some parts of the road are quite bumpy due to rains the last few weeks but overall a really interesting place and free camping!
撰写日期:2016年6月24日
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Thankyou, we are so pleased to hear you enjoyed your visit to the 'Sculptures in the Scrub' in the Pilliga forest.
撰写日期:2020年7月28日
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Laura K
澳大利亚史丹霍普48 条分享
2016年6月 • 夫妻情侣
The Dandry Gorge is a must while in the Pilliga. We went after rain and the roads were great. The sculptures were beautifully done and in the most stunning settings. If we had time we would go back and view them at sunrise. The campgrounds are new and clean and well designed. Congratulations to all who were part of that project. You have made a wonderful natural part of the world accessible and able to be enjoyed by all.
撰写日期:2016年6月8日
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Thankyou, we are so pleased to hear you enjoyed your visit to the 'Sculptures in the Scrub' in the Pilliga forest.
撰写日期:2020年7月28日
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TMB777
澳大利亚Bateau Bay407 条分享
2015年10月 • 夫妻情侣
We travelled to this destination via motor home. The dirt road in is a real bone rattler & probably more suited to 4WD though the rangers said we would be fine in our motor home as long as we drive to the conditions. In retrospect we wouldn't drive it again unless in a 4WD. It took us 1.5 hours to drive the 30 km into the gorge from Baradine. A visit to the Baradine Interpretive Centre before going, gave us good insight into the area & is recommended.

The area itself is beautifully peaceful. It is well maintained with picnic tables, shelter, toilets & free camping. The ' Sculptures in the Scrub' walk was a delightful circuit walk that followed the ridge above the gorge, then down some steps to the bottom of the gorge for the return. We stayed overnight & were completely alone. We walked the sculpture walks twice going a different direction each time. The walk is about 2.5km & takes about an hour. It is mostly easy with several steps (not overly steep) on a pathway into the gorge. Persons of average fitness would have no trouble here. It is especially suited to children. All dangerous areas are fenced off provided you stick to the track.

The sculptures are well presented with info boards. The artwork is very meaningful & we really enjoyed them all. Be sure to take a close look at them. There are interesting facets to them that are not immediately noticeable on a quick glance. Plenty of wildlife including, kangaroo, wild goats & wild pigs. Unusual bird calls were fascinating to listen to.

It is hot & dusty out here & insects are abundant, so don't forget sunscreen, hats , water & insect repellent.
撰写日期:2015年10月29日
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Karen T
澳大利亚阿德莱德164 条分享
2015年8月 • 夫妻情侣
Part of the Piliga Forest area, Dandry Gorge is a lovely area to walk or picnic. From the Baradine interpretive centre, it's a 45-60 minute drive, mostly dirt roads. Once there a well marked trail takes you along the top of the gorge past different styles of sculptures depicting indigenous history and connection to the area. The path continues through the gorge and the full walk takes about an hour. Plent if seating, lovely views and gorgeous flora and bird-life. The parking area has good toilet and picnic areas. Combine this with the salt and/or sandstone caves and it is a fantastic day trip from Coonabarabran.
撰写日期:2015年8月8日
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