Gaagal Wanggaan (Southern seashore) National Park offers a variety of liquid tasks along with other great things you can do like kayaking, cycling, sailing and fishing.
Certain areas are so special they need protection, and such was the situation with all the stretch of coastal land between Nambucca Heads and Scotts Head, near Macksville. Home towards local Gumbaynggirr folks, this area was recognised as an essential area for state preservation on 23 April, 2010, in a joint management agreement with all the conventional Owners.
Encompassing Warrell Creek, Gaagal Wanggaan (South Beach) nationwide Park addresses an undisturbed coastal dune system, littoral rainforest, shrubland, and estuarine mangroves – covers, simply speaking, a number of spectacular natural conditions that teem with migratory wildlife and valuable endangered species.
People to the park will discover a distinctive marine playing field perfect for sailing, fishing, and canoeing. Seashore tracks induce quick forest hikes, and secluded camping web sites accessible by boat or canoe from Warrell Creek make it a great place for an enjoyable camping week-end. Bring your binoculars and swimmers for a lazy mid-day of birdwatching and swimming, or bring a kayak or canoe and get kayaking or canoeing along tranquil Warrell Creek whilst the sun decreases.