We stumbled across ROCKY CROSSING TRACK while exploring Barrington Tops National Park.

We were on our way back to our campsite when we decided to have a quick look at Williams Top Picnic Area first.

The picnic area was the start of the 12km return Rocky Crossing Track walk. The track follows the Williams River.

On checking out the National Parks Map we decided to do the 2km return walk to Rocky Crossing.

It was SPECTACULAR!! The pictures don’t do it justice!!

The track down to this section of the walk was quite steep so made for a good climb back to the top but well worth it!!

We are keen to go back soon and complete the rest of the walk!


📍Barrington Tops National Park, NSW

Access via Williams Top Picnic Area OR Williams River Picnic Area.

We started from Williams Top Picnic Area to access the 2km return section we did. 

Check out the National Parks website for more details!

The campground we stayed at was Camp on Allyn in East Gresford and you can see our review here!

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