Broughton Island

Overview

Broughton Island is part of Myall Lakes National Park off the southern boundary of the Barrington Coast. It is only accessible by boat. Daytrip sailors love this island for its beautiful beaches,…

Broughton Island is part of Myall Lakes National Park off the southern boundary of the Barrington Coast. It is only accessible by boat.

Daytrip sailors love this island for its beautiful beaches, you'll be sure to find one that's suitable in any weather conditions. Take a hamper for a beach picnic then swim and snorkel the crystal clear waters.

Camping on Broughton Island is a truly special experience. With just five campsites you'll need to book ahead but the reward is a unique camping experience amongst an active seabird colony - it's a key breeding site for wedge tailed shearwaters. The campground is basic, so please bring all your equipment and supplies with you, including water.

Around the island are endless opportunities for water activities, including swimming, fishing, boating, snorkelling and scuba diving.

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