This is the climate diagram in Barrington Tops National Park. January is the warmest month of the year in Barrington Tops National Park with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 29°. On the contrary, the coolest month is July. The month of July has nice weather with only 4 rainy days.
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Choose holiday accommodation in the breathtaking Barrington Tops National Park
Charming holiday accommodation around Barrington Tops National Park is available for all types of visitors, from singles and couples to families and groups. You can rent holiday homes, cottages and apartments that are within easy reach of the park using your own or rented vehicle. The extra space, amenities and convenient location make this amazing park accessible without compromising your privacy.
Enjoy local cuisine in Barrington Tops
Whether you are bringing your own picnic into the park or cooking in your Barrington Tops National Park holiday accommodation, you should at least try one of the restaurants or eateries in the area to know what the Aussies like. Try some modern Australian food, also known as Mod Oz or contemporary Australian cuisine – a delightful fusion of European, Asian, and indigenous flavours. Enjoy meat burgers from ‘roo or beef, pork rolls, meat pies and salt & pepper squids. Roast lamb and barbecued sausage are favourites.
Wash down your food with a few stubbies (beer) and you’re all set for your next adventure. For dessert, order a Pavlova made of meringue, marshmallow, whipped cream and fresh fruit, or go for the classic Lamington which is a sponge cake coated with melted chocolate and coconut.
Family holidays in Barrington Tops
The park is a great place to show your children the wonders of nature. Blessed with different climates, the flora and fauna are an interesting mix of subtropical, subalpine and alpine species. Home to a variety of plants and animals, you’ll find tree ferns, eucalyptus and Antarctic beech. If you’re lucky, you can even catch sight of reclusive quolls and platypus. Otherwise, common animals include eastern grey kangaroos, cockatoos, kookaburras and sooty owls that your kids will love.
As a family, you can go mountain biking, horse riding, canoeing and kayaking. Ladies Well is a superb waterhole where you can take a refreshing dip or simply chill. There are also loads of picnic areas where you can sit, enjoy your surroundings or take a break whilst your kids run around.
Fantastic outdoor adventures in Barrington Tops
Holiday rentals around Barrington National Park are great starting point to discover the beauty of this UNESCO World Heritage site. Located around 200km from Sydney, the protected site is home to many different geological formations. There are over 20 notable trails for all sorts of hikers. For example, Sharpes Creek and Aeroplane Hill are considered medium grade tracks. These circuits feature gorgeous wetlands, amazing plant life and scenic lookouts.
If you love waterfalls, take the Gloucester Walking Track which is regarded as an easy trail. Relish wonderful views of waterfalls, mountains and bird life. For outstanding landscapes, don’t miss the lookouts of Careys Peak and Devil’s Hole.
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