Area: 3620 hectares Location: New South Wales, Australia About the Park The Cascade National Park is spread over an area of 3269 hectares and encompasses the Cascade village. This national park consists of warm temperate and subtropical rainforests. The rainforests comprise coachwood, booyong and crabapple trees. The forest forms a significant habitat for numerous upland rainforest amphibians like stuttering frog, giant barred frog and pouched frog. One can also go for walking in the park on the Box Ridge walking track which guides one through a pleasing corner of the park. Accessibility 18 km north of Dorrigo on the Cascade Road.
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