Oxley Wild Rivers is a World Heritage listed national park 20km south-west of Armidale and 150 km west of Port Macquarie.
Oxley Wild Rivers National Park is home to over 350 animal species, including 55 mammals, over 173 bird, 38 reptile and 19 amphibian species.
This park is a major refuge for the Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby , and is home to the largest population anywhere - estimated at 10,000 animals. There has been an enormous reduction of this species' range and Oxley Wild Rivers is one of its strongholds.
Robins, wagtails, parrots, cockatoos, lorikeets, rosellas, honeyeaters, wattlebirds and many other bird species live in this park.
Find out more about Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, including camping, walks, how to get there information and more, at the Office of Environment & Heritage website.
Growing Oxley Wild Rivers National Park
The Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife acquired the property Green Gully, 13,000 hectares of identified wilderness, to be added to what is known the Macleay Gorges Wilderness within Oxley Wild Rivers National Park.