The looped walking track is closed because the bridge has been removed due to safety reasons. You can however walk from the boat ramp on the corner of Bundjalung Road to the end of that road which is approximately 4km round trip and takes you past some picnic areas along the river.
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After a leisurely lunch at Gummigurrah picnic area, put on your hiking boots for a medium walk along the picturesque Evans River. Located close to the Evans Head entrance, Gummigurrah walking track is your ideal introduction to the diverse delights of Bundjalung National Park on the north coast.
Passing through open woodland, lush rainforest and heathlands, you’ll discover mangrove-lined creeks and scenic river islands. Arriving at a shady glen, stop for lovely views overlooking the river. Perfect for birdwatching, you might see pied oystercatchers, white-bellied sea eagles and brahminy kites.
The Gummigurrah area was once used as a winter camp for the Bundjalung people and the remains of a midden can be seen near the end of the walking track. Why not bring the canoe for a paddle along Canoe Evans River paddle route.
Gummigurrah walking track is in the Evans Head precinct of Bundjalung National Park. To get there:
1.75km loop - 2 hours
Url: Visit the website
Opening Hours : CLOSED
Public Holidays : CLOSED
Safety Considerations :
Cost : $0.00
Distance : 2 km
Public Amenities :
Terrain : Various Terrains, use care and common sense before any activity
Parking is available at Gummigurrah picnic area which is at the end of Bundjalung Road/Street
Intensity : Various Intensities, use care and common sense before any activity
Location: -29.134233, 153.415969
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