Toorale National Park
Toorale National Park was created in November 2010. It covers an area of 30,866 hectares.
Currently, it may only be accessed via Ranger Guided Tours.
There are a number of sites that will be open to the public in the near future. The Mt Talowla lookout, the River Drive and campsites.
Refer to the www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au website for further details.
In the meantime phone the local NPWSoffice at Bourke 02 6830 0200 for current updates.
Management: you'll find information about this park in its management plans. In particular information on the natural environments, Aboriginal heritage, history and recreational opportunities.
The Toorale and Gundabooka Nature Tourism Action Plan: The NPWS has developed this plan as a guide to the establishment and revitalisation of visitor experiences in Toorale and Gundabooka national parks and state conservation areas. The document(s) can be viewed on the environment website.
Please do remember, that Toorale NP/SCA may only be accessed with a guide currently. Pending opening in mid to late 2015. Thank you for your understanding and patience.
Contact the Bourke Area Office for further information T: 02 6830 0200.
What you should know:
- access is with a guide to Toorale NP (ph above to enquire)
- road access is susceptible to weather conditions (public road access traverses Toorale and Gundabooka NPs)
- like all outback travel, ensure water, food and fuel for your vehicle is plentiful
- ensure sun-safety action is taken
- always stay on made roads