The Yellomundee Regional Park lies within the traditional territory of the Boorooberongal clan of the Darug people and it’s name recognises the Aboriginal cultural significance of the area.
Yellomundee (also spelt Yarramundi) was a ‘clever man’ and a leader of the Darug people in the early days of European settlement.
The park protects many special Aboriginal sites; demonstrating their connection to this ancient landscape and continues to be an important place for Aboriginal people today.
For more information regarding the cultural, environmental and historical aspects of the park refer to the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service website.
NPWS rules mandate that no dogs or other domestic animal are allowed in the Event area or on the MTB tracks.
Mountain Bike Tracks
The mountain bike tracks within Yellomundee Regional Park are maintained by Western Sydney Mountain Bike Club, with volunteer days are held on a monthly basis.
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