Wallingat National Park

Highlights:
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.

 

Activities:
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.

 

Access:
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

 

 

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