Beowa National Park
Beowa (pronunciation) National Park is separated into two areas, split by Twofold Bay. Take your pick from the sparkling lakes and surf beaches in the park's Pambula-Haycock area to the rocky cliffs and beachside campgrounds in the Green Cape area.
Its spectacular sea-carved landscape is a striking display of folded red rock platforms that contrast against the sapphire blue water of the ocean.
Stretch your legs on one of the park's shorter tracks, like the Pambula River or Pinnacles loop walking tracks. If you're after something more exhilarating, the multi-day Light to Light walk takes you on an unforgettable coastal hiketracing the coast from the historic Boyds Tower to Green Cape Lightstation. For day trippers, there are plenty of spots to go beach and rock fishing or settle down for a barbecue or picnic by the water.
More than 50 Aboriginal sites have been recorded in Beowa National Park including middens, rock shelters, campsites and long-distance travel routes. These cultural sites continue to provide the local Aboriginal community with traditional and spiritual links to this part of their Country.
The park's lofty lookouts and headlands are hard to beat for whale watching.
Disabled access available, contact operator for details.