For a nature reserve with a difference, head to Wingham Brush, located in the historical river town of Wingham.
This subtropical rainforest remnant is part of the last remaining 10 hectares of floodplain rainforest in NSW. It showcases giant Moreton Bay figs towering over a gently winding boardwalk, and is one of the largest permanent breeding populations of the endangered grey-headed flying fox.
If you get to the Brush on sunset, the sight of thousands of flying foxes heading out for the evening meal is just amazing.
There is also overnight camping available for self-contained vehicles at the entrance to the brush on Wingham Reserve.
|Address:||Farquhar Street, Wingham, NSW, 2429, Australia|