Walk with dinosaur ghosts in Barrington Tops

Is that a meat-eating Australovenator (“Southern Hunter”) waiting for you beyond those fern trees or just a harmless herbivore Minmi paravertebra or a Muttaburrasaurus langdoni ? The landscapes of Barrington Tops are ancient Gondwana, where dinosaurs roamed from the Cretaceous period 65-146 million years ago. Stroll through tree fern groves past huge moss-covered logs, cascades and 1000-year old Antarctic beech trees… you’ll soon feel like you’re in dinosaur country. (What was that sound?)

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  • HOW: Barrington Trail, Link Trail, Honeysuckle Forest Track, Gloucester Tops Circuit and many more walks, trails and tracks in Barrington Tops National Park and State Forests via Gloucester, New South Wales
  • COST: Free
  • CONTACT: Pick up a free map at Gloucester Visitor Information Centre at 27 Denison St. Call 6538 5252 or visit www.gloucestertourism.com.au