Weddin Mountains are a national park in New South Wales, a small patch of remnant vegetation. The property was occupied in the late 1920s during the Depression, was occupied by old man Seaton in the late 1920s. The species list includes three types, includes painted honeyeater, swift parrot. Hour return trip passing through Peregrine Lookout. The path appears to continue past the cairn at Euradrie Trig. The visitor centre has a brochure for Cocoparra National Park. The home is small nothing like the huge Willandra Homestead. The gold mining area is laid out a park with the mineshafts. The bushrangers picked the beautiful areas with high vantage points.
National park in New South Wales, Small patch of remnant vegetation