You’ll find Grandis picnic area set among the lush coastal forests on the western edge of Myall Lakes National Park. Just off Pacific Highway, north of Bulahdelah, this picnic spot is only a short stroll to The Grandis, the tallest known tree in NSW. It’s a great pit stop on a road trip or an excellent introduction to the natural wonders of this beautiful park.

Unpack the picnic basket in the shady cool at one of the tables in the rainforest fringed picnic area and enjoy a bite to eat. With the nearby wheelchair accessible boardwalk, you’ll want to head over and gaze up at the magnificent flooded gum that towers above at a height of over 70 metres. Take your binoculars if you want to birdwatch.

What did others have to say?

Kevin Youngman

2 months ago

It's quite a large tree! A worthwhile detour in to the forest when you're up this way. Such a different world once you leave the freeway and head to the Grandis. People of all ages will enjoy experiencing the sight big humongous trees!

Dale Anderson

a month ago

It was a nice experience. The tree is impressive and the scenery getting there was enjoyable.


2 weeks ago

Wow well worth the drive in to look at this very interesting

M Dean

2 months ago

An amazing place to visit. The 'hard to reach' nature of this place keeps the noisey tourists away so you'll get it generally all to yourself. Careful on the drive as some very slippery areas when wet.

Shane Milner

4 months ago

Beautiful side track . Stunning environment. Well worth the 20 min drive!