Aboriginal name: "coolah" = valley of the winds
Here a few photos taken at Coolah Tops NP. This NP in inland NSW features tall Snow Gum eucalaypt forest on a roughly 1000-metre high plateau. It also hosts a population of particularly tall grasstrees. Being located on the western side of the Great Dividing Range, the area does not receive abundant coastal rainfall, but has a continental climate. Note that some photos presented on this website are available FOR SALE.
Distant view of Coolah Tops from the north, across Goran Lake in April 2011
Pinnacle lookout offers spectacular views; here to the north-east...
... and here to the south-east
Giant Snow Gum eucalaypts, measuring up to more than 30 metres
Giant grasstrees, which are also called "Black Boys"
Wallaby in evening sunlight
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