Enjoy relaxing by both lakes and ocean at the geographically blessed Myall Lakes National Park.
Read on to discover the best things to see and do in Myall Lakes National Park or find and book accommodation in Myall Lakes National Park today.
Located north of Newcastle, Myall Lakes National Park offers one of the state's largest coastal lake systems. It is also part of the Country of the Worimi Aboriginal people, and evidence of their long history in these parts can be seen through scarred trees, open campsites, burial grounds, stone arrangements and rock engravings. Nowadays, Myall Lakes is a popular tourist destination, owing to its scenic surrounds and rich fishing waters.
Water sport enthusiasts will relish a trip to Myall Lakes National Park. Canoeing, kayaking, boating and fishing...it's all here. This water haven also features 40km of beach, with some excellent surfing and swimming spots. If you time your trip right, Myall Lakes is a great place to witness the whale migration from June to November, and thus provides an excellent chance to glimpse a whale. Bushwalkers and bird watchers can also rejoice, as there is somethign for everyone in Myall Lakes.
Constructed in 1875, the Seal Rocks Lighthouse is a heritage listed destination that today offers stunning and self-contained accommodation in the Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse cottages.
The Grandis is a 76m high flooded gum, and one of the tallest trees in NSW. Be sure to packa a picnic and enjoy a leisurely lunch beside it.
Located 14km north east of Port Stephens, Broughton Island is a picturesque part of Myall Lakes National Park, and the only place in NSW where you can camp with an island seabird colony.
Located on NSW's central coast, Myall Lakes National Park is about 209km north of Sydney.
From Sydney, Myall Lakes National Park is about a two and a half hour drive via the Pacific Motorway.
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