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The organ-pipe cliffs of Mount Kaputar are a unique reminder of the area’s volcanic past.

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A cool walk through Mount Kaputar National Park offers spectacular views of the rock formation known as organ-piping. The forty metre high rock face was formed by a 21 million year old basalt lava flow from the Nandewar Volcano.

Eat, drink,

The tiny town of Bingara houses an RSL club equipped with a bar and pool facilities, while the larger region of Armidale, located just two hour’s drive from Sawn Rocks, is where you’ll find the iconic
New England Hotel.

Rest your
weary head

Surrounded by towering snow gums, Dawsons Spring cabins and campground offer well situated accommodation with plenty of amenities. As long as you have pre-packed your Wild Turkey, you’re pretty much set!