Murramarang National Park


Address: Pebbly Beach Road, Benandarah NSW 2536
Phone: 1300 072 757
This park features beaches, rock platforms, spotted gum forests and rainforest gullies, surrounding the beautiful Durras Lake. Enjoy everything the park has to offer – from walking and picnicking to swimming and fishing. Don’t forget to visit Murramarang Aboriginal Area while you’re here. Beautiful beaches, with great fishing and swimming, rich forests in the hinterland behind the beaches, including one of the largest examples of spotted gum forest you’ll see, abundant wildlife, both on land and offshore islands, easy access to the very popular Pigeon House Mountain. Walkers can follow a self-guided track to see Aboriginal relics and some superb views of the coast and hinterland. Rainforest gullies provide habitat for eastern grey kangaroos (see them grazing on Pebbly Beach). Red necked wallabies, nectar-seeking honeyeaters, parrots and finches are commonly seen.

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