Karuah National Park

Karuah’s six separate sections contain stands of spotted gum, ironbarkand bloodwood that protect koalas, wallabies and kangaroos. Mangrove areas along Deep Creek, Limeburners Creek and the Karuah River provide excellent fishing opportunities. Access to the river’s edge is by 4WD, in dry weather only. Car-based camping areas with no facilities are provided at Double Wharf, Little Mountain andTattersals. Access 22 km north of Raymond Terrace via BuckettsWay (off the Pacific Highway} and Hobarts Road (unsealed).

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