Biamanga National Park

20 km north of Bega off the Princes Highway. Unpaved roads. Highlights: Mumbulla Mountain, at the upper reaches of the Murrah River, is sacred to the Yuin people and a number of sites throughout the park have spiritual significance to local Aboriginal groups. The park also conserves an important area of substantially unmodified coastal foothill environments. In May 2006 the park was handed back to its traditional Aboriginal owners in an historic agreement signed by NSW Environment Minister Bob Debus and the Yuin people.

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