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North Coast - Chaelundi National Park
Chaelundi has the largest stand of old-growth forest in northern NSW. Go bushwalking along the park's crystal clear creeks, or stop for a swim, a picnic or enjoy a spot of remote bush camping.
You also can get to the spectacular Chandlers Creek by 4WD along the Stockyard Creek Trail, which forms the southern boundary of the park.
The diverse forest environments and substantial old-growth sections make the area ecologically unique. The park harbours approximately 18 threatened animal species, and the many tree-dwelling mammals include brush-tailed and ringtail possums and greater gliders.
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