Kioloa Rest Area / Eucalypt Trail

Day Use Area

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Princes Highway, New South Wales


Part of the Kioloa Rest Area (currently unsignposted) An easy 500 metre loop, the Eucalypt Trail is designed to assist visitors to identify 11 different species of eucalypt trees using common and botanical names, flowers and fruits. The 11 eucalypt species to be found include: the Blackbutt, Sydney Blue Gum, Grey Ironbark, Monkey Gum, Rough Barked Apple, Sydney Peppermint, Red Bloodwood, Woollybutt, White Stringybark, Spotted Gum and Bangalay. The rest area incorporates public amenities, barbecues and picnic tables so visitors can take a short rest stop for lunch, following their fun filled Eucalypt Trail adventure.

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Lat: -35.600793 Lng: 150.255181

User Reviews



Permanently closed. I'm not sure why but they put logs across the entrance. We had to drive past three times to spot where it used to be.


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