The Dorrigo Plateau is fast becoming the Rainforest Capital of Australia with seven World heritage Areas within an hour's drive of the township  Visitors to the Dorrigo Plateau are fascinated by the natural beauty of the area. Some places of interest include:

• Dorrigo National Park. Included on the World Heritage List in 1986, the park is recognized as an area of exceptional natural beauty. Open seven days a week from 9am to 5pm. Bushwalks are graded from easy to hard and distance 200m to 5.8km. The Skywalk Boardwalk provides views over the rainforest canopy.

• Never Never Picnic area. Graded walks access warm temperature rainforest together with sclerophyll forest.

• Griffith's Lookout. Provides panoramic views from the mountains to the coastal beaches some 40km away.
• Dangar Falls. A viewing platform provides visitors with an excellent view of the top of the falls. There's an all-weather walking track to the base of the falls plus picnic area.

• Moonpah Forest Drive. This scenic route provides visitors with the some of the districts most picturesque scenery and forest area, particularly the Norman Jolly Reserve and picnic area with Old Growth Tallowwood Trees and walking trail.

• New England National Park. At 1564 m above sea level, Point Lookout offers spectacular views of the dramatic escarpment edge, the main feature of this World Heritage Park.

                                                                                       

                                     

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