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Barrington Tops wilderness area forms part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia: a network of lush mountainous parks that are World Heritage listed. Barrington Tops is thriving with plants and wildlife, and is an outstanding example of the major stages of Earth’s evolution. You'll discover untouched high altitude rainforests, towering tree fern groves, snow gum meadows and exhilarating mountain views. Covering more than 95,000 hectares of unspoilt wilderness, Barrington Tops is a must-see destination with an almost mystical reputation….. aeroplanes have been lost and never found within it and convicts on the run have hidden amongst its deep forests for years! Gloucester is the closest town to Barrington Tops National Park for the popular lookouts, trails, campgrounds, waterfalls and picnic areas on the northern side and eastern side of the park. You can also access the southern side via Dungog for more beautiful campgrounds, picnic areas, walking trails and swimming spots.