Warrabah National Park

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Warrabah National Park
IUCN category II (national park)
Nearest town or city Kingstown
Coordinates 30°32′42″S 150°56′46″E / 30.54500°S 150.94611°E / -30.54500; 150.94611Coordinates: 30°32′42″S 150°56′46″E / 30.54500°S 150.94611°E / -30.54500; 150.94611
Area 34.71 km2 (13.40 sq mi)
Established 1984
Managing authorities NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
Official site http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au

Warrabah is a national park in New South Wales, Australia, 371 km north of Sydney. It is situated west of Kingstown and east of Split Rock Dam.

The major feature of the park is the Namoi River which carves a 15 kilometre gorge that drops 245 metres. Activities in the park include canoeing, li-loing, rock climbing and bush walking. It was closed in 2006 to the public.

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