Mundaroo State Forest

Camping:No Walking track: Yes 4 wheel driving: No Designated cycling track: No Designated horse riding track: No 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

Mundaroo State forest is predominantly pine plantation with some larger contiguous areas of native forest, including Mundaroo Flora Reserve.

Recreational facilities

Maginnity's Historical Walking Trail

Walking tracks:Yes

This walking track, opened in 2009 was a joint project between the Tumbarumba Historical Society, Tumbarumba Shire Council, Department of Corrective Services and Forestry Corporation. It leaves from the memorial to Sgt Maginnity and takes walkers along the old Carabost to Coppabella rd to the site where recently conducted research has identified where Sgt Maginnity was fatally shot by the infamous bushranger, Dan Morgan. The walk is within Mundaroo Flora Reserve - a unique an appealing open forest ecosystem where a range of interesting vegetation including grass trees and orchids can be observed at different times of the year.

Hume and Hovell Walking track

Walking tracks:Yes

A great adventure for those who enjoy hiking or are interested in Australian history. This 440km track stretches between Yass and Albury, retracing the route of explorers Hamilton Hume and William Hovell on their expedition to Port Phillip in 1824. Fully sign-posted, the track takes about 24 days to walk, although there are plenty of opportunities for various day walks. Major track heads can be accessed via Wee Jasper, Cootamundra River (near Tumut) and Henry Angel (near Tumbarumba). There are 18 campsites along the route, and the track passes through Buccleuch, Bago, Mannus and Munderoo State Forests. More information on the track, including maps, is available from Vistor Information Centres throughout the region and from the Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Natural Resources office in Wagga Wagga.

Page last updated/reviewed:24 Jul 2012