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The Drip Gorge

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Ulan-Cassilis Road | 5100 Ulan Road Ulan, Mudgee, New South Wales 2850, Australia
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Unexpected walk for grade 4

Had expected this to be a lot more difficult than it was. True there was a bit of a rock scramble... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
lightingphil62
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Sydney, Australia
Off the beaten track, but a nice explore

Around a 30 min drive from Mudgee onb the road heading to Bathurst. Not a major trek once you get... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Radar100
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Sydney, Australia
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“easy walk” (21 reviews)
“goulburn river” (13 reviews)
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Ulan-Cassilis Road | 5100 Ulan Road Ulan, Mudgee, New South Wales 2850, Australia
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Ulan-Cassilis Road | 5100 Ulan Road Ulan, Mudgee, New South Wales 2850, Australia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Had expected this to be a lot more difficult than it was. True there was a bit of a rock scramble at the end but nothing like grade 4's I've been on before. As part of the Goulburn River National Park I was disappointed to...More

Thank lightingphil62
Reviewed 1 week ago

Around a 30 min drive from Mudgee onb the road heading to Bathurst. Not a major trek once you get there, but enough that you feel its a bit of a work out (2.8km). There is some climbing/eploring to be done if you want to...More

Thank Radar100
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I was concerned about the walk because of knee injuries, but it was never challenging enough to become an issue. The whole 40 minutes walk (one way) in my case was full of beauty, the river was running very slow with very low level of...More

Thank Arnaldo S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

its perfect for bird watchers, it has a small pool to swim in at the bottom of the 1st set of steps, though only use it if the river is running at the time, as the river flow was very low/slow this time of year,...More

Thank Joseph T
Reviewed 27 November 2017

We spent 3 hours here, but easily could have stayed longer. Our kids are 2 and 4 and they managed well. A bit tricky at the end, but worth a bit of effort. Easy enough for grown ups and a very pretty spot nearby if...More

2  Thank SDian
Reviewed 25 November 2017

It took a while to drive there from Mudgee (esp because of ongoing road work) but it was certainly worth it. The walk provided lots of photo opportunities and there were lots of other people enjoying the area. The walk itself isn't hard or long...More

Thank TanyaYellowRock
Reviewed 14 November 2017

We took a group visiting mudgee on this work during November. Everyone was delighted with the rock formations, birds and plants along the way. An easy work for the whole group. Strongly recommneded

1  Thank Robyn O
Reviewed 13 November 2017

A lot of work has been done recently on the car park, entrance and walking path - some of which doesn't make a lot of sense. One way into the car park? Basically a 'roundabout' of trees in the middle of a circle defines the...More

1  Thank traveller2australia
Reviewed 7 November 2017

We've heard so much about this place and finally after many years have managed to visit here. WOW!!! What an amazingly beautiful place!!! We could have spent days wandering around here looking at the scenery from all angles!! Will definitely be back!

1  Thank Scottiehere
Reviewed 7 November 2017 via mobile

I have been walking here for many years.. and even after travelling through the wilderness of Tasmania and the Daintree it is still one of the most beautiful places I’ve seen! Many locals even refer to this as the Kakadu of the central west! Absolutely...More

1  Thank Megan B
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retroguy67
2 December 2016|
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Response from Fran H | Reviewed this property |
Hi, We saw 2 red-bellied black snakes... if I had my dogs I would definitely have them on leads just in case.
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Kelly J
25 July 2016|
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Response from Julie B | Reviewed this property |
Yes, however, there is one bit where it is a bit narrow to get through some rocks, so you might have to take the baby out at that stage. It is not a difficult walk if you are used to doing bush walks.
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