Wallingat National Park
Whoota Lookout, one of the best natural viewing platforms on the mid-north coast, provides magnificent views of the park's eucalypt forests and along the Forster coastline.
Walking tracks lead from Sugar Creek through cabbage palm and flooded gum forests. There are picnic facilities at Sugar Creek, Gur-um-bee ('white gum tree') and Wallingat River. Car-based camping (caravans not recommended) is available by the Wallingat River.
30 km south-east of Forster along the Lakes Way and Sugar Creek Road. All roads within the park are unsealed — take care after rain.
Information for this National Park has been supplied courtesy of The New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service