Wambool Nature Reserve is within Wiradjuri country, the name ‘Wambool’ is
derived from the local Wiradjuri language and means ‘meandering’. The term is
also used by the Wiradjuri people to refer to the Macquarie River. There is most
likely evidence of Aboriginal occupation, especially given the reserve’s
proximity to permanent water sources such as the Fish River as well as Eusdale
Creek and Frying Pan Creek.1
There are two management trails. The short trail
follows the northern boundary for about one km. The two km trail
bisects the reserve and allows bush walkers to observe a range of
vegetation as they pass form ridge to creek-line environments.
In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local
tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local
maps and other information.