Kwiambal National Park, located to the west of Ashford, is a rich source of fauna and flora, native dry rainforest vegetation, and Aboriginal cultural heritage. Ideal for camping or caravanning, this park is particularly popular with grey nomads in search of a private, peaceful holiday. Visit around dusk or dawn and you might see the resident kangaroos and emus of the area.
Kwiambal is also home to a number of historical landmarks, including tobacco-drying sheds, wool sheds, storage sheds, fruit trees, and more. History enthusiasts will enjoy seeking these out during their visit.
Things to do: Pull on your hiking boots and pick one of the many walking trails, take a dip in the river, plunge pools or scenic waterfalls, fish for the plentiful river species, birdwatch for native parrots and glossy black cockatoos, or enjoy the views from one of several lookouts scattered around the park.