Posting Date: 3rd of November, 2012
The Woomargama National Park is a undiscovered treasure and whilst it may sound a little far fetched that it is the same as Kakadu, some people believe it's a fair comparison (see below local newspaper article from The Border Mail, Sunday November 3, 2012). The National Park covers 24,185 hectares making it the largest area of protected land in NSW west of the Great Dividing Range. It has an impressive diversity of ecosystems making it excellent for bird watching and bushwalking.
The Woomargama National Park Volunteers have regular meets in the park which include guest speakers, guided bush walks, bird watching and BBQ's.
See just below for the newspaper article from The Border Mail on Sunday the 3rd of November, 2012 for a great article on the wonders of the National Park.