Information about KINGS PLAINS National Park

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Lying some 48Km to the east of Inverell on the Swanbrook Road, the Kings Palins National Park is an area of Ironbark woodlands. The Kings Plains Creek runs through the park and provides a pleasant change to the surrounding countryside.

The park is ideal for bushwalkers and birdwathchers and contains a large variety of wildflowers and birds. A one hour walk downstream from the picnic area allows the visitor to view the waterfall.

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View of kingsplain National Park
Two views of the Kings Plains National Park.

Further photographs of the park are also available.

View of kingsplain National Park

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