Bago State Forest
Bago State Forest offers hundreds of kilometres of forest trails to explore on foot, mountain bike, horse or vehicle.
Take time to explore this beautiful area which has hidden treasures such as Sugar Pine Walk, Buddong Falls, Blowering Dam foreshores as well as diverse wildlife including the iconic Brumby.
Start off your day with a visit to the Sugar Pines walk, located just off Kopsens Road at Laurel Hill. Take a stroll among these magnificant trees as they tower high above you.
Next travel to the Pilot Hill Arboretum and wander through the 40 different species of conifers and hardwood from all over the world. This is also a great spot for a picnic.
While in Bago State Forest you might also like to visit the Hume and Hovell Lookout which offers spectacular views across to Blowering Dam and Kosciuszko National Park.
Finish your day with a trip to Buddong Falls and enjoy the native bushland and cascading waterfall. This trail is Four Wheel Drive, dry weather only.
For more information follow these links: http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/NationalParks/parkWalking.aspx?id=N0018.
or download the Bago State Forest Map
Before you set off, please check current road conditions by contacting the Tumut Region Visitor Information Centre