The Drip Gorge
Outside of Mudgee, discover the beauty of Goulburn River National Park and The Drip Gorge. A natural phenomenon, The Drip Gorge is a large sandstone cliff that has various plants, grasses and ferns dripping spring water down its walls. Visitors come to walk through the national park and marvel at this geological wonder. The gorge has a rich Aboriginal heritage with the Wiradjuri People, and has long been a destination for locals and visitors.
To get there, hike through The Drip walking track in the national park along the river which is a 2.8km return trip. This will take you to a lookout point and eventually to The Drip Gorge. It’s best to visit this place after some rainfall, as to experience fresh spring water dripping from the porous wall. In the summer months it can get quite hot, but the cooling water and air from the gorge will act as a refresher.
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