Budderoo National Park Where: About:
Near Kiama Drive up to the plateau above Minnamurra Rainforest and discover jaw-dropping views from Jamberoo lookout, see glorious waterfalls on easy rainforest walks, and stop for lunch at Nellies Glen picnic area, near beautiful Kangaroo Valley. YES
Camping: Eurobodalla National Park Where:
South Coast, stretching from Moruya Head to Mystery Bay
Swim and surf at 1080 Beach and head high to the park’s lookouts and headlands with amazing coastal views (as well as being great vantage spots for whale watching through winter). Over a leisurely picnic lunch, enjoy the golden beaches, bushland and birdlife at Bingi Bingi Point.
About: Camping: Murramarang National Park Where: About:
Near Batemans Bay With names like Pretty Beach, Pebbly Beach and Oaky Beach it’s easy to picture the natural bounty of this park that spans 44km of coastline. Pack a picnic, drop a line, spot kangaroos on a gentle bush walk, bird watch, snorkel and swim, unwind and relax! Wake up to nature at your doorstep when you stay in a cute and cosy cabin at Pretty Beach and Depot Beach.
Camping: nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/visit-a-park/parks/ Nattai-National-Park Ben Boyd National Park Where: About:
Near Eden See Aboriginal middens, visit a heritage lighthouse and marvel at the park’s many surprises including rare wildlife, sheltered inlets and 45km of stunning rocky coastline. Take a guided tour at historic Davidson Whaling Station, stroll along the Pambula River walking track, and swim and picnic at Barmouth Beach. YES
Camping: Kosciusko National Park Where: About:
Snowy Mountains The state’s unique and unspoiled Alpine region is home to this fabulous national park and Australia’s highest peak, Mt Kosciusko. A playground for skiers, snowboarders and snow-lovers in winter, in spring and summer the park transforms into a wildflower-covered rugged landscape perfect for bike riding, horse riding, hiking, picnics and even rock climbing! For a real family adventure, explore Yarrangobilly Caves - one of the most beautiful limestone karst systems in Australia.
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Bottom left: Depot Beach at Murramarang National Park © NSW Office of Environment & Heritage W S N n io at n ti es D s h c u F n o D ©