Myall Lakes National Park

Natural Attractions

Myall Lakes National Park is situated on 47,493 hectares and is located 236 kilometres north of Sydney and 16 kilometres east of Bulahdelah.

One of the state’s largest coastal lake systems – a Ramsar Wetland of International Significance – and 40 kilometres of beaches and rolling sand dunes make Myall Lakes one of the most visited parks in New South Wales. The Grandis, a magnificent 76 metre high flooded gum, is one of the tallest trees in the state.

The lakes and beaches are perfect for water activities, and if you don’t have your own craft, you can hire one locally. 4WD beach driving is permitted between Hawks Nest and Big Gibber.

Seasonal Ranger tours are available.

Facilities

Barbeque Camping Canoeing/Kayaking Carpark Cycling Picnic Area Public Toilet Walk

Nearby Things to Do

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Mungo Rainforest, Myall Lakes National Park. Photo: John Spencer

Mungo Rainforest Walk

Mungo Brush, Mid-Coast

Pipers Creek picnic area, Myall Lakes National Park. Photo: John Spencer/NSW Government

Pipers Creek Picnic Area

Hawks Nest, Mid-Coast

Mungo Rainforest walk, Myall Lakes National Park. Photo: John Spencer/NSW Government

Mungo Walking Track

Mungo Brush, Mid-Coast

Dark Point, Myall Lakes National Park. Photo: Jodie Chalker/NSW Government

Dark Point Aboriginal Place

Hawks Nest, Mid-Coast

Tamboi walking track entrance, Myall Lakes National Park. Photo: John Spencer

Tamboi Walking Track

Mungo Brush, Mid-Coast

Engels Reach picnic area

Engels Reach picnic area

Hawks Nest, Mid-Coast