Bundjalung National Park
Stretching 35kms along pristine coastline between Evans Head and Iluka in Northern NSW, Bundjalung National Park provides an opportunity to appreciate the natural environment and cultural heritage of the region. With its close proximity to coastal villages and regional towns, the Park makes for a popular day trip or scenic drive. Visitors can enjoy bushwalking, bird watching, canoeing, fishing, swimming, surfing, picnicking and camping within a natural setting located only minutes off the Pacific Coast Touring Route, the Pacific Highway, in the Northern Rivers of NSW.
A spectacular feature of the Park is the coffee rock. This impermeable asset is the reason for the existence of Jerusalem Creek, stained by the tannin of the Paperbark forest it’s ideal for swimming. Another great spot for a dip, Ten Mile Beach also offers the opportunity to fish for dart, whiting, tailor, snapper and jew fish.
The heathlands and associated vegetation at Bundjalung provide important habitat for small mammals. Spot goannas, echidnas, emus, birdlife, swap wallabies, sea eagles and butterflies plus much more.
An Airforce bombing range exists in the northern end of the National Park which is closed to visitors. If you are lucky enough you may see the pilots training over head.
Vehicles are prohibited at Ten Mile Beach located at the northern end of Bundjalung National Park. However, 4WD's can access Bundjalung National Park at the southern end via Shark Bay near Iluka.
Vehicle entry and camping fees apply in all areas of Bundjalung National Park.