There is a wooden walking path at Monga National Park where you can explore the tree ferns and Gondwanan landscape which is very ancient and dates back many thousands of years ago. This place is called the Penance Grove and there is a signboard next to the mud track stating this place.
Along this wooden path are various information boards about the flora in this area as well as information about the Gondwanan landscape.
This is an easy and leisure walk in a shaded forest area, and the weather is very cooling and pleasant.
The entrance of Monga National Park is located off the King's Highway which links the town of Braidwood (see my VT Braidwood page) to the seaside town of Batemans Bay. After turnig off the highway, the road is a mud track which leads all the way to Penance Grove where the Gondwana forest is located. See the weblink below for more information.
Getting to the Monga National Park is simple, just take the King’s Highway 20 km to the east from Braidwood, heading toward the coast. There you will find a well signposted turnoff to the right toward the Park . Drive in through the settlement of Monga itself, largely on unsealed roads. The choice of transport is yours, but public transport is not available.