wallingat national park

this national park is blessed with deep green forests, endless trails and tracks and the highest lookout point in the great lakes.

Whoota Whoota lookout is one of the best natural viewing platforms on the mid-north coast. It provides magnificent views of the parks eucalypt forests and 100 km's of coast line from Port Macquarie to Port Stephens

The Wallingat National Park contains Eucalypt forests supporting a number of threatened plant (cabbage palm and flooded gum forests) and animal species.

There are two camping areas within Wallingat National Park. Wallingat River camping area, on the eastern side of Wallingat River, is accessible by 2WD vehicles in most weather conditions. Ferny Creek camping area is a smaller more remote spot on the western side of the Wallingat River, at Ferny Creek.

Things to do & see include canoeing, bushwalking, bird watching, photography, mountain biking and scenic driving. 

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gur-um-bee picnic area & info point, wallingat national park
camping wallingat national park
whoota whoota lookout, wallingat national park
sugar creek track, wallingat national park
wallingat national park
wallingat river
cabbage tree palms, wallingat national park
whoota whoota lookout, wallingat national park
rainforest, wallingat national park
sugar creek picnic area, wallingat national park
gur-um-bee picnic area & info point, wallingat national park
camping wallingat national park
whoota whoota lookout, wallingat national park
sugar creek track, wallingat national park
wallingat national park
wallingat river
cabbage tree palms, wallingat national park
whoota whoota lookout, wallingat national park
rainforest, wallingat national park
sugar creek picnic area, wallingat national park

wallingat national park

wallingat national park,nsw,2428,australia

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Directions: The park is 30km south-east of Forster along the Lakes Way and Sugar Creek Road. Turn off 2km north of Bungwahl. All roads within the park are unsealed and narrow, and suitable for two wheel drive in dry weather. You can enter the park via either Sugar Creek or Thomas roads, both passing via Gur-um-bee picnic area should you wish to orientate yourself and find a bit more information about the park. Sugar Creek Road leads off from The Lakes Way, while Thomas Road leads in from Coomba Road.

Key Features

Facilities:
Camp grounds
Public toilets (non-flush)
Walking, cycling & horse riding tracks
Picnic areas

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