Richmond Range National Park

Richmond Range is a national park located in New South Wales, Australia, 605 kilometres (376 mi) north of Sydney. It is located north of the Bruxner Highway in the southern portion of the Richmond Range mountains, part of the Great Dividing Range. The Park is co-managed by the Githabul People who have inhabited the region for thousands of years. It is home to Australia's World Heritage Area of Cambridge Plateau and Bungdoozle area rainforests. It consists of various endangered species of animals such as the golden-tipped bat, Parma wallabies, spotted-tailed quoll and long-nosed potoroos.[1]

Richmond Range National Park
New South Wales
IUCN category II (national park)
Bridge across Culmaran Creek
Richmond Range National Park
Coordinates28°35′44″S 152°42′51″E
Area154 km2 (59.5 sq mi)
Managing authoritiesNSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
WebsiteRichmond Range National Park
See alsoProtected areas of
New South Wales

See also


  1. "Richmond Range National Park". NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.

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