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...
Discover natural wonders
Bulahdelah is a picturesque country town on the banks of the Myall River. A gateway to the natural wonders of Myall Lakes National Park and The Grandis, the tallest known tree in NSW, the area offers a range of activities including fishing, boating and bushwalking.
On the tranquil Myall River, Bulahdelah is a great base from which to explore the wonderful Myall Lakes National Park, a vast system of shallow lakes, rivers and channels. Enjoy water sports and bushwalking, including the O’Sullivans Gap walking track and the Wootton Historical Railway Walk.
The national park is perfect for recreational boating. Fringed by paperbark and casuarina trees, the area is a habitat for pelicans, sea eagles, kangaroos and koalas. Pack a hamper and enjoy lunch at the O’Sullivans Gap picnic area or the Grandis picnic area, near the tallest known tree in NSW.
Just a few hours’ drive north of Sydney, Bulahdelah has plenty of places to stay, from hotels, motels, and cottages to bed and breakfasts, holiday parks and camping grounds. Hiring a houseboat from the likes of Luxury Houseboat Hire is a popular way to explore the area’s beautiful waterways.