Beowa National Park is the largest coastal national park on the Sapphire Coast, featuring rugged coastlines, vivid rock formations, unspoilt beaches and intriguing history. Stretching from Green Cape in the south to Pambula River estuary in the north, the park offers stunning nature, iconic walks, camping, surfing, boating and fishing. The spectacular 30km Light to Light Walk is an icon of the Sapphire Coast.
Lagoon to light house, 4 nights
Mimosa Rocks National Park embraces 20 km of coastline between Tathra and Murrah. Its diverse system of lagoons, beaches, sea caves, headlands, offshore stacks combined with spotted gums and prehistoric burrawangs are a feature of the park. The combination of lagoon and ocean beaches often adjacent to one another makes Mimosa Rocks an ideal area in which to explore and enjoy the local coastal environment.
Forest meets the Sea (accessible)
Bournda National Park is a hidden gem of the Sapphire Coast, encompassing the rugged coastline between Merimbula and Tathra. The park is a natural playground for water enthusiasts, with ocean beaches, creeks, lagoons and the expansive waters of Wallagoot Lake all on offer. While the park is well serviced with camping and recreational facilities, its natural environment remains unspoiled.
South East Forests National Park spans over 100km of spectacular coastal escarpment, tableland edge and hinterland country. The park features extensive areas of tall old-growth forests, streams, waterfalls, waterholes, gorges, high peaks and panoramic views. The park offers a sense of adventure and solitude, in forest settings ranging from wilderness to quality facility areas.