Clyde River National Park

This park includes approximately 9 km of river frontage on the peaceful Clyde River. It features a range of habitats, including mangrove communities.

 

Highlights:
Approximately 9 km of river frontage on the peaceful Clyde River supports a range of habitats, including mangrove communities.

 

Activities:
Holmes Lookout offers glimpses of the river and Batemans Bay. The Clyde River provides great fishing opportunities and car-based (4WD) and boat-based camping (no facilities).

 

Access:
4 km west of Batemans Bay just south of Nelligen; enter via unpaved roads off Kings Highway or by boat up the Clyde River.
Just south of Nelligen
Enter via unsealed roads off Kings Highway
Alternatively by boat up the Clyde River

 

Information for this National Park has been supplied courtesy of  The New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service

 

 

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