The Green Gully Track is a 65 km, 5 day hike through the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park in NSW, Australia.
It’s approximately 1.5 hours drive from Walcha and roughly half-way between Port Macquarie and Tamworth.
The Green Gully track is unique in that it is the only multi-day, hike in NSW National Parks with hut-style accommodation. Not only that, but it traverses a Declared Wilderness Area which traditionally does not feature any man-made structures. Bookings are essential, which helps to retain the sense of isolation (you won’t see another person out there!) and you don’t need to carry sleeping mats or stoves, as huts feature camp cots and gas burners. One of them even has a hot shower!
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