About this location
Bindea Walking Track is a 22-kilometre walking track network of linked trails offering spectacular views of Gunnedah and the Namoi and Mooki River valleys. The track got its name from the Kamilaroi people, and it means 'Place where spinifex and shrubs with thorns like porcupine quills grow'. The track winds its way from Anzac Park around parkland areas and residential streets up into and through the natural bushland of Porcupine Hill, with scenic viewpoints and Lookouts along the way. Trail markings and Information boards tell you about the flora and fauna that you can observe on your walk. The walk will take you about two and a half hours to complete and there are picnic and barbecue areas along the route. There is a map included in the Gunnedah Visitors Guide and a small information flyer available at the Visitor Information Centre. The 'bush map' includes picnic tables and rest spots along the route and location spots where you may spot a koala snoozing above.
81 Chandos Street, Anzac Park and Porcupine Lookout, Gunnedah NSW 2380
- Free entry
- Does not cater for people with access needs
- Car park
- Picnic Area