Gundabooka National Park, NSW, Australia
Here a few photos taken at Gundabooka NP. Located between Bourke and Cobar, in far-western NSW, this park is dominated by Mulga scrub and eucalypt woodland. Mount Gundabooka is the highest hill in the area. Conditions in this region, especially during the summer months, can be very testing for humans and appropriate preparations should be made prior to visits. Note that some photos presented on this website are available FOR SALE.
Mount Gundabooka from the Little Mountain lookout
View of Bennets Gorge; this photo was taken when there had been two years of good rainfall, leading to the growth of lots of low shrubs
Large parts of Gundabooka NP are dominated by Mulga scrub
Mulga scrub at a time of extreme drought, after 3 months without any rainfall
Red-capped Robin, a "regular" along the hiking tracks through Gundabooka NP
Male Splendid Fairy-wren seen at Gundabooka NP - for more information on this bird species, click here