Murramarang National Park protects over 11,977 hectares of coastal land between Kiola and Batemans Bay on the state's South Coast. Four offshore islands are also included in the park - Wasp Island, Grasshopper Island, Dawsons Island and O'Hara Island. Murramarang offers a wide range of activities including swimming, surfing, fishing, picnicking, bushwalking, photography and nature study. The park's largely undisturbed coastline with its sandy and shingle beaches, rugged headlands, tombolas, rock stacks and fossil-bearing rocks provides visitors with a rich environment to explore. Eastern grey kangaroos, swamp wallabies and common birdlife such as parrots, finches, honeyeaters and sea birds inhabit the park. Accommodation is available in caravan parks and camping areas at Merry Beach, Pretty Beach, Pebbly Beach, Depot Beach, North Durras and South Durras.
Murramarang National Park - Batemans Bay
For more information: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au