Parks & forests
From brunch to bush tucker, surf shops to sleeping spots, our directory is where you’ll discover local businesses, accommodation providers, tour operators and more, all looking to make your trip to the Barrington Coast an unforgettable experience.
Directory Parks & forests articles
Tapin Tops National Park
Tapin Tops National Park lies on a spectacular section of the Great Eastern Escarpment, high up in the mountains just northwest of Wingham.
Wallingat National Park Campground
Wallingat National Park, with its varied forest and swamp landscapes, offers hiking, birdwatching and camping in a coastal locale
Crowdy Bay National Park
Crowdy Bay National Park, another stunning National Park which hugs out coastline. Offering beach camping, picnic areas, fishing spots and walking tracks, there is plenty to see and do
Santa Barbara Park
Nestled behind the sand dunes of Seven Mile Beach near Forster, Santa Barbara picnic area is a grassy spot that’s popular with surfers, families and day trippers visiting Booti Booti National Park.
Watch the colour explosion as the sun sets over Wallis Lake at the aptly named Sunset Park
Brambles Reserve offers beautiful views of Smiths Lakes and respite for those wishing to park their caravan or launch a boat
Wingham Brush Nature Reserve
Wingham Brush Nature Reserve near Taree on the Barrington Coast, makes a great family day trip. See flying foxes, enjoy birdwatching and easy walking in the rainforest.
Coorabakh National Park
Studded with volcanic outcroppings, Coorabakh National Park offers scenic views as well as hiking, picnicking and birdwatching opportunities.
Cattai Wetlands provides a sanctuary for over 180 species of birds, kangaroos wallabies and regular spotted goannas.
Seal Rocks is a quintessential Barrington Coast village surrounded by the greens of Myall Lakes National Park and blues of the Pacific Ocean.