Cathedral Rock National Park

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This article is about Cathedral Rock National Park. For other uses, see Cathedral Rock (disambiguation).
Cathedral Rock National Park
IUCN category II (national park)
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Granite tors in Cathedral Rock National Park
Coordinates 30°25′51″S 152°16′01″E / 30.43083°S 152.26694°E / -30.43083; 152.26694Coordinates: 30°25′51″S 152°16′01″E / 30.43083°S 152.26694°E / -30.43083; 152.26694
Area 89 km2 (34.4 sq mi)
Established 1978
Managing authorities NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
Official site http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au

Cathedral Rock is a national park eight kilometres west of Waterfall Way in New South Wales, Australia, 70 kilometres east of Armidale and about 555 kilometres north of Sydney.

This park is lying between the Guy Fawkes River and Macleay Range, and is about six kilometres west of Ebor, New South Wales.

The highest peak of the New England Tableland, Round Mountain, is located in the park.

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Gleichenia dicarpa (pouched coral fern) in a shaded gully on the Cathedral Rock Track