Warrumbungle National Park is a favourite national park for both locals and visitors on holiday. It is a memorable place because you are likely to see a lot of different wildlife while there combined with the amazing scenic views and beautiful walks. It is definitely a great place for making memories that last a lifetime. The highlight of the park is the Warrumbungles, the mountain range and landscape formed by volcanoes that runs through it. The city of Coonabarabran is the gateway to the Warrumbungles.
Located near Coonabarabran in NSW, Frans Horizon lookout offers a beautiful vantage point for scenic views of Warrumbungle National Park. Photo Credit: NationalParks.nsw.gov.au
The dedicated rangers at the park ensure the area is protected and preserved for your enjoyment. Warrumbungle National Park Ranger Photo Credit: NationalParks.nsw.gov.au
The Warrumbungles are a spectacular landscape shaped by an ancient volcano which has eroded over millions of years. Photo Credit: NationalParks.nsw.gov.au
Renting a Car for a Trip to Warrumbungle National Park
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Dubbo Car Hire Map Photo Credit: Budget.com.au
Warrumbungle National Park is located in central New South Wales. The nearest car rental location is in Dubbo, NSW. You can hire a vehicle there suitable for the rugged terrain of central New South Wales. There is also a car rental location at the Dubbo Airport. Or, if you are driving in from elsewhere in New South Wales, you can rent a car at one of the many convenient car rental locations in New South Wales. Let our car rental agents know where you are travelling to so that they can recommend the best vehicle for the terrain you will encounter. They can also help you with maps and travel and safety tips. Warrumbungle National Park and its neighbouring city of Coonabarabran is less than a two hour drive (a little over 150 km) from Dubbo.