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Travelling to Wee Jasper is a journey through one of the most diverse geological landscapes in Australia. The road passes through a range of volcanic and sedimentary rocks with a mix of broadacre and grazing rural properties amid natural bushland. Folded limestone cuesta


Goodradigbee River at Wee Jasper Bridge Winding down through fantastically folded belts of limestone you will enter a beautiful valley 20 km long with the Goodradigbee River running its length, surrounded by hills and containing a wealth of natural features.



After crossing the historic bridge over the Goodradigbee River you drive through the village to the school at the end of the road.
Turning North (right) the sealed road will take you 6 km out to Careys Cave.
Turning South (left) you will pass the Memorial Hall and head upstream to the Wee Jasper Reserves on the river where you can camp overnight, bushwalk or just picnic and relax with nature.

 
LOCAL ACCOMMODATION:    
                   
WEE JASPER STATION Tel: 02 6227 9603
WEE JASPER ACCOMMODATION Tel: 02 6227 9634
THE BLUE HOUSE  
WEE JASPER RESERVES Tel: 02 6227 9626
                         

 FOOD

Unfortunately the Duck 'n Fishes is now only open for booked events.

              We suggest you pack a picnic and have it down by the river on one of the reserves.

 FOR GENERAL INFORMATION ON YASS VALLEY AREA:  www.yassvalley.com.au

PLEASE NOTE:  No fuel is available in Wee Jasper
 
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