Seven Mile Beach National Park

The sweep of Seven Mile Beach is rimmed with sand dunes and a variety of coastal sand forests, some of which are listed as endangered ecological communities.
At Beach Road the new wooden walkway to the beach and viewing platform and the nearby carpark provide easy beach access to all, including the disabled.
Close by there is a large picnic area with barbecues in a pleasant forest setting. A smaller picnic area is set among tea trees and banksias with easy beach access. There are loop walking tracks through the forest and along the beach. Camping is not permitted in the park.

 

Getting there
This park is near...
Nowra (17 km)

 

Best access routes
The national park is six kilometres south of Gerringong, six kilometres east of Berry and 17 kilometres north-east of Nowra.
From the north, turn off the Princes Highway and follow the coast road that passes through Gerringong and Gerroa. Alternatively, travel about six kilometres east along Beach Road from Berry.
From the south, turn right off the Princes Highway just north of the Shoalhaven River at Nowra and follow the coast road past Shoalhaven Heads.
Road quality: paved

 

Facilities & things to do
>>Wheelchair facilities
>>Swimming
>>Fishing
>>Picnics & barbecues
>>Lookouts

 

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

 

 

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