Baal Bone Gap
Glen Davis/Capertee Valley
The world’s second largest canyon is best accessed from Capertee. The road into the valley is surrounded by the magnificent sandstone escarpment and leads down to the Glen Davis Ruins. Tours of the ruins are available every Saturday at 2.00pm . The road is accessible by 2WD cars and is an easy trip. (Topographic Map – Ben Bullen)
Glow Worm Tunnel
Accessed by Glow Worm Tunnel Road , the road travels through Wollemi National Park and to the walking track to the Glow Worm Tunnel. The road is accessible by 2wd and is an easy trip.
Located in the Ben Bullen State Forest , roads leading off from Long Swamp lead up to some magnificent viewing areas of the World Heritage listed surrounding National Park. Road conditions vary and cars will be required to have ground clearance. (Topographic Map – Cullen Bullen)
Maiyingu Marragu (Blackfellows Hands)
Located near Rydal, at the back of Lake Lyell , tracks down to the river provide the opportunity to navigate on a variety of 4WD access roads. Tracks include water crossings and rugged hills. Road conditions vary and cars will be required to have ground clearance.
The Newnes Plateau provides ample opportunity to explore hundreds of kilometres of dirt roads. Locations include the Lost City, Glow Worm Tunnel, Blackfellows Hands and Sunnyside Ridge. (Topographic Maps – Lithgow, Cullen Bullen, Rock Hill & Wollangambe)
Road conditions on 4WD tracks vary. It is advised that topographical maps or GPS systems are required before accessing any tracks. Mobile reception varies throughout the listed tracks and is often unavailable. Please ensure that you watch for native wildlife. Remember take only photographs and leave only footprints.
The trip into Wolgan is surrounded by the rugged cliff lines of Wollemi National Park . The road finishes with a creek crossing to access the Newnes Ruins.
Explore the State Forest surrounding the historical township of Sunny Corner. Hundreds of trails in the forest test 4wd skills. A worthwhile trek runs from Sunny Corner through to the Turon River. (Topographic Maps – Capertee & Portland )
Accessed from the Blackfellows Hands Trail, Sunny Side Ridge travels down to the escarpment of sheer cliffs. Road conditions vary and cars will be required to have ground clearance. (Topographic Maps – Cullen Bullen & Lithgow)
Following tracks from the Capertee area, roads lead down to the Turon River. Creek crossings are required. Road conditions vary and cars will be required to have ground clearance. (Topographic Map – Capertee)