Murramarang National Park

Murramarang National Park

Murramarang Rd., Off Princes Hwy., Kioloa, New South Wales

This 29,000-acre national park on Australia’s southeast coast has Spotted Gum and Eucalyptus forests, lake, 27 miles of undeveloped coastline, and an aboriginal area that includes a sacred lagoon, home to a mythical serpent. The area is also popular for watching wildlife, fishing, swimming, canoeing, as well as hikes (albeit steep) up Durras Mountain for views of Montague Island, Pigeon House Mountain, and even whales playing in the sea from the summit. Overnight accommodations are available in tents and caravans in designated camp grounds or cabins at Depot and Pretty Beach. 

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