Beautiful and remote park. More than 40kms of beaches. Plenty of walking trails and campsites and a coastal lake system and wetland. Mungo Brush has great campsites and bushwalking. Dark Point sand dunes are worth a visit. There are lots of great campgrounds here run by the national park. Not many rangers. Miles of isolated beach here to set up a tent.
When you drive into this small town the view is breathtaking. Seal Rocks has everything that makes the NSW coastline great. A string of beautiful beaches teeming with marine life and great surf. The vibe in the area is very relaxed and you can camp on the beach. Fishing, kayaking and bushwalking are popular and the diving is not to be missed. Make sure not to fish at night as there is an active ..
This beautiful national park sits between Wallis Lake and the ocean. Incredible spot for a surf at 7 Mile Beach. Cape Hawke is at the end of a steep 1/2 hour walk and the view the lookout tower here is more than worth it. If you have a 4wd you can drive down and camp at the remote McBride Beach. Booti Hill Walking track is a 2 hour walking track that starts at The Ruins campground.