Woolool Wooloolni (Aboriginal Place)

Day Use Area

4 from 3 users


Woolool Wooloolni is a natural feature of spiritual importance to local Aboriginal people. Woolool Wooloolni, also known as Wellington Rock, is an impressive outcrop of stone, which includes one spectacular mushroom-shaped rock balancing out above the other boulders. It is important to local Aboriginal people because of its spiritual importance to particular families in the area. Woolool Wooloolni is 1040 metres tall, and is bounded on all sides by the Cataract River. The land to the north is forest, and the land to the south-west has been cleared for grazing. 4WD is required to access this site. No camping or overnight parking.

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Lat: -28.944101 Lng: 152.183622

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4WD only, not AWD friendly due to deep rain ruts & steep climb. The walk is roughly 400-500m one way and follows a thin dirt path up to the impressive granite rock formations. Track and scenery is dominated by fire struck forests and bright green bracken ferns blanketing the forest floor. Worth the walk and visit due to the Aboriginal significance. No information signs here. Undercover fireplace, picnic tables and a drop toilet.


The Chameleon Traveller

Massive Granite Formations!!! Just spectacular. Can understand why it was such a spiritual place for the aboriginal people here. Did the drive in my Nissan xtrail just fine. So worth it. Thank you to this amazing place.



It's open now, but still impacted by the bushfires. This is also a day use area only, not a campground.


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