Wallarah National Park

Natural Attractions

Wallarah National Park, perfect for fishing, cycling, hiking, surfing and picnicking, is less than an hour’s drive from Newcastle and Gosford, yet completely remote.

While you’re hiking along rugged cliff tops on Coastal walking track, reeling in a big one from the rock platform at Pinny Beach or pedalling your mountain bike up Scenic trail, you’re a lot nearer to civilisation than you’d think. Wallarah National Park, east of Lake Macquarie and two kilometres from the town of Swansea, gives you a sense of a remote wilderness setting but with the convenience of nearby fish and chips when that big one gets away.

Wallarah is a great day trip from Newcastle, Gosford and Sydney. Stay for longer at nearby campgrounds Freemans and Frazer Beach, which are only 15 minutes drive away at Munmorah State Conservation Area. Or, spend a few days doing it all: whale watching (July to August), birdwatching, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, looking at spring wildflowers, and exploring Wallarah’s different types of forest.

Facilities

Cycling Nature & Wildlife Picnic Area Sports Swimming

Nearby Things to Do

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Roses 2 Go

Roses 2 Go

Warnervale, Central Coast

Wangi circuit walking track, Lake Macquarie State Conservation Area. Photo: Susan Davis.

Wangi Circuit Walking Track

Wangi Wangi, Lake Macquarie

Marmong picnic area, Lake Macquarie State Conservation Area. Photo: Ashley Deveridge

Marmong Picnic Area

Bolton Point, Lake Macquarie

Lake Macquarie Airport, Airborne Flight Training

Airborne Flight Training

Marks Point, Lake Macquarie

Palms picnic area

Palms picnic area

Frazer Park, Central Coast

Group kayaks on beach

Out and About Adventures

Wangi Wangi, Lake Macquarie