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  1. Cabbage Palm Loop Walking Track

    Cabbage Palm loop walking track begins at Sugar Creek picnic area in Wallingat National Park and follows the first section of Coachwood walk. Along the way, you’ll meander over the alluvial flats of Hotel Creek, which are dominated by strik…

  2. Coachwood Loop Walking Track

    This short loop walk in Wallingat National Park begins at Sugar Creek picnic area and wanders gently through striking cabbage palms and tall eucalypt forests. A little further on, the coachwoods appear – their smooth trunks completely cover…

  3. Elizabeth Beach picnic area

    Framed by a scenic backdrop of the imposing Booti Hill, Elizabeth Beach is a popular spot for families, surfers and day-trippers. More intimate than the nearby Boomerang Beach, it’s a great place to throw down the towel and soak up some sun…

  4. Sugar Creek Picnic Area

    Looking for a place to relax and admire nature? Walk through the forest? Maybe cook up a snag or two? Sugar Creek picnic area is a cool sanctuary among the tall timber. Make use of the gas barbecue before heading off on one of the easy walk…

  5. Wallingat National Park

    On the mid-North Coast of NSW, Wallingat National Park, with its varied forest and swamp landscapes, offers hiking, touring, birdwatching and camping in a coastal locale. Here, on the Mid North Coast of NSW, the Pacific Ocean meets forest.…

  6. Sugar Creek Trail

    Sugar Creek trail, also known as Hotel Creek track, is a short walk through lush rainforest and dense palm forest. Starting from Sugar Creek picnic area, it’s a nice hike or easy mountain bike trail that the whole family will enjoy. There …

  7. Wallingat Forest Drive

    Prepare to see all Wallingat National Park has to offer in one easy drive. The 25 kilometre loop that is Wallingat Forest drive takes you through the thick forest, the snow-white trunks of gum trees towering over you, and underneath the vas…

  8. Booti Hill Lakeside Walking Track

    The Booti Hill/Lakeside walking track touches both the ocean and the shores of Lake Wallis, with views from the headland and plenty of wildlife to keep the camera active. Start at Ruins campground and travel clockwise, so the hardest part…

  9. Gur-um-bee picnic area

    Gur-um-bee picnic area is an ideal base to explore the coastal forests within Wallingat National park, either on a car tour or by mountain bike. Located on the NSW Mid North Coast, near Forster, it’s ideal for a leisurely family picnic. Se…

  10. Boomerang Beach

    Renowned for its excellent surfing waves, Boomerang beach is a popular family beach for those holidaying in the Pacific Palms area. Ringed in the north by Booti Booti National Park the headland and rocky outcrop provides ideal snorkelli…

  11. Double Wharf Trail

    Wallingat National Park, near Forster, features stunning waterways and mountainous forests, and the best way to see them is by following the meandering Double Wharf trail either on foot or by mountain bike. The relatively flat trail heads n…

  12. Cockatoo picnic area

    If you fancy a relaxing day being soothed by the gentle sounds of the river, pack up the canoes and make tracks to Cockatoo picnic area in Wallingat National Park, on NSW Mid North Coast. A great way to unwind, this remote riverside picnic …

  13. Southern Boundary Trail

    It doesn’t matter how experienced you are on a mountain bike – Wallingat National Park has something to suit every level. A great place to start for people with moderate experience can be found at Southern Boundary trail. This relatively f…

  14. Whoota Whoota lookout

    This is not only the best viewpoint in Wallingat National Park, but also one of the greatest in NSW. Drive right up to Whoota Whoota lookout and prepare to be amazed. Peer out one way and you can see the vast stretches of eucalypt forest th…