Address : Killcare Heights NSW 2251
Tel : 1300 361 967
This park has a series of small, beautiful beaches beneath forests, steep hills and cliffs. In the eastern part of the park, Maitland Bay is at the heart of the 300ha Marine Extension, one of the first in NSW, where all marine life is protected. This park has special significance for its Aboriginal heritage, providing a rich source of “bush tucker” for the Guringai (Kurringgai) people. Around 100 Aboriginal sites have been recorded including middens, rocks engravings and rock shelters. Today the park is a mecca for those seeking sun, surf and sand, peaceful camping and a spot of fishing. There are a variety of walking tracks and a panoramic lookout at Gerrin Point.