National Parks

you are invited to explore our national parks

The Great Lakes has three - Myall Lakes, Booti Booti and Wallingat. They stretch along the Myall Coast all the way to Foster and inland towards Stroud. Within the Parks there are trails, camping grounds, history, wildlife, lookouts and nature at its finest. Covering more than half of the entire region these green spaces are a part of the Great lakes way of life. You can spend a day or a week exploring the waterways, forests and beaches of our National Parks. They are also home to some the Great Lake’s biggest events.

booti booti national park

booti booti national park

wedged between the ocean and wallis lake, booti booti is both a marvel and a treasure. Where else can you surf the open waves then explore a protected lake on your kayak? Booti Booti National Park protects a narrow strip of coastal land with one of ...

wallingat national park

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 vie...

myall lakes national park

myall lakes national park

the myall lakes is one of the most visited parks in nsw The beautiful and remote Myall Lakes National Park offers countless opportunities for adventures, nature based escapes and exploring. The park boasts more than 40kms of beaches, forests, rugge...


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