Project Description

Bundjalung National Park

Bundjalung National Park, between Iluka and Evans Head on the north coast, fringes the Pacific Ocean, and offers 25km of coastline to explore.

The hard part won’t be getting to Bundjalung National Park; it’ll be dragging yourself away from the stunning scenery and exciting activities on offer.

A visit to this park is a must for paddling enthusiasts. It features several tranquil waterways to explore, and kids will delight in investigating the secrets of the park’s rockpools.

If you’re touring the North Coast, the park is a great place to stop for a picnic lunch, quick swim or to stretch your legs. You can pick up some supplies in one of the historic towns along the way and don’t miss Evans Head for fresh seafood.

via Bundjalung National Park | Travel Info | NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.