Tumut State Forest

Camping:No Walking track: Yes 4 wheel driving: No Designated cycling track: Yes Designated horse riding track: Yes Canoeing / Kayaking: No Swimming: No Fishing: No Accommodation: No Fireplace/BBQ: No Caravan site: No 2 wheel access: No Picnic area: No Toilets:No Wheelchair access: No Lookout: No Hunting: Yes

Although it is predominantly higher elevation native forest, Micalong State Forest adjoins the large Buccleuch Radiata Pine Plantations to the north. It contains diverse vegetation from montane swamps through to higher elevation eucalypt forest.

Most of Tumut State Forest beside the Tumut township was once a pine plantation although it is now dominated by native species. It is a popular recreational area for Tumut locals and visitors alike.

Recreational facilities

Tumut Trail

Walking tracks:Yes

Close to Tumut these trails cater for both walkers and mountain bike riders of all levels of ability. Wonderful views over the township and the Tumut River valley can be had from parts of the trail network.

Page last updated/reviewed:24 Jul 2012