Wyrrabalong National Park

Discover paradise just minutes from The Entrance on the Central Coast. Go whale watching, fishing, surfing, bushwalking and birdwatching at Wyrrabalong National Park.

Divided into two sections, Wyrrabalong National Park conserves the last patch of coastal rainforest on the Central Coast. Visit this precious place to swim, surf and fish along a striking coastline and be awed by the superb red gum forest, diverse wildlife and rich Aboriginal heritage.

Take a walk along the beach to see how the park’s sandy beaches alternate with rocky cliffs pounded by the sea. Look to the sky for eagles and kestrels. Explore the park’s varied landscape on a network of walking tracks, or stop at its picnic areas and enjoy picture-perfect surroundings. There’s a few bike trails in the park to explore as well.

Soak up dramatic coastal views and take in the spectacular sight of whales on their annual migration – the park is a hot spot for whale watching.

Nearby events

  1. Mothers Day at Vie Spa with Naomi Whitfield

    Friday 03 May 2019 , Norah Head

    Let Vie Spa help you say thanks to Mum, at this exclusive information night with guest speaker Naomi Whitfield, founder of iKOU. Enjoy an evening of bubbles and canapes whilst listening to the top tips for self-care and mind and body…

    03 May
  2. Whale Dreamers Festival

    Monday 01 July 2019 , Norah Head

    Created by a passionate group of locals this festival at Norah Head Lighthouse brings the community together to raise awareness of the plight of whales, to hear about their wonder, to raise funds for conservation and research projects…

    01 Jul