Where: Myall Lakes National Park
Time suggested: 6 hrs
Entry fees: Park entry fees apply
What to bring: Drinking water, hat, sunscreen
Please note: The Old Gibber Trail is unindated by water after extended heavy periods of rain.
The former mining road was constructed as as an access road when the area was being mined for heavy mineral sands like rutile and zircon, before the establishment of Myall Lakes National Park.
Today the mining road fire trail joins with the Old Gibber Road fire trail to make a popular day or overnight ride in the park. The trail starts at Seal Rocks Rd travelling along the former mining road for 10km through coastal forest to a swampy area that is known as "The Moors". If you are riding in spring you'll see stunning wildflowers and you're bound to see lots of birds.
This blog post provided by: Seal Rocks