Enjoy this scenic drive that allows you to explore Tapin Tops National Park and experience the ever-cool Potoroo Falls.
Time 2 hours 35 mins
Tapin Tops National Park • Potoroo Falls
Surrounded by ancient rainforests, Dingo Tops camping ground makes for a quiet, yet interesting, place to base yourself when exploring the Tapin Tops National Park.
This hidden gem of the Manning Valley is a sanctuary for threatened fauna species. It’s one of the few places you’ll see red-legged pademelons, greater gliders and koalas in abundance.
The Tapin Tops rest area is a well developed picnic area, with amenities, gas BBQs, picnic shelters and some gorgeous shady camp spots.
Potoroo Picnic Area located on Little Run Creek is a beautiful place for a picnic. The spectacular Potoroo Falls lies a kilometre upstream past NSW’s largest recorded Watergum in the adjacent State Forest. Take your swimming gear on a hot day, the water is great.
While you’re in the area stop off at Browns Lookout and explore the old mines.