The name of the Wolgan Valley is derived from "wolga", a local Australian Aboriginal language name for the climbing plant, Clematis aristata, found in coastal regions of the South-East states of Australia.
Within the Wolgan Valley there are several significant aboriginal sites. These include Blackfellows Hand which is a collection of aboriginal hand paintings located near Wolgan Gap, and several aboriginal burial sites.
The bush walking trails in the area include the Pipeline track and the Wolgan Valley Heritage Trail (See Links below). There is also a camping ground open to the public, although it tends to become overcrowded on long weekends. The valley also contains numerous slot canyons and offers several superb rockclimbing areas (along with an incredible amount of unclimbed rock).
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