The Kanangra-Boyd National Park is only 180 km from Sydney by road,
via Mount Victoria and Jenolan Caves.
National Park, Kanangra-Boyd preserves a large scenic and water
catchment area of over 68,000 ha and was once home to the Gandangara
people, who inhabited the area before European settlement, leaving a
legacy of rock art, campsites and axe grinding grooves.
The park itself is an elevated,
undulating Boyd Plateau, that falls away into the labyrinth of
creeks, rivers, deep gorges and spiney ridges. This rugged
wilderness is accessible by the road from Jenolan Caves to Kanangra
Walls, allowing for easy access to vehicle-based camping,
bushwalking, and lookouts on the rim of the plateau.
Source NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service