Mt Grenfell Historic Site, Outback NSW


Mt Grenfell Historic site is a spiritually moving area as it provides many examples of magnificent rock paintings. The semi-permanent waterhole and many rockshelfs that provided shelter and ceremonial places that now exhibits some wonderful linear and figure designs depicting humans and assorted animals

The picnic area at the start of the park is a great place for experience the area before or after taking either the short walk to the rock art or the longer Ngiyambaa Walkabout (about 5kms).

The Ngiyambaa Walk affords the visitor with a wonderful 360 degree view from the ridge.

Mt Grenfell Historic Site is situated near Cobar and is reached by driving west from Cobar along the Barrier Highway for 40km and turning right at the Mt Grenfell sign and travelling about 30kms along the dry weather road.

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Mt Grenfell Historic Site Visitor Information:

  • Mt Grenfell Historic Site See & Do...

    • Mount Grenfell art site walk
    • Ngiyampaa walking track
  • Mt Grenfell Historic Site Information Centre:

    • Park Office: 200 Yambil Street, Griffith NSW
    • Website: Gundabooka NP
    • Telephone (02) 6966 818

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