Yulludinida Walking Track – this track takes you some 350 metres, as it winds it way through whitebox woodland and to the base of the Yullludunida crater. This so called ‘crater’ is not actually a crater, but a ring dyke of volcanic rock that formed when a plug of molten lava surged upward through volcanic vents, that then collapsed back on itself before solidifying. From the base of the crater, there are no marked routes, but the experience bush walker can work there way up the rock face to the summit of Mount Yulludunida. From here there are spectacular views across the western plains to the the town of Narrabri.

Photos © Ausemade PL


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