Yuraygir NP AccommodationProtects the longest stretch (60km) of undeveloped coastline in NSW.
Pale sandy beaches are puntuated by rocky headlands, sand ridges and cliffs. Inland from the beaches are lakes, bogs and swamps, created by the changes to sea levels over millions of years.
During the day watch out for eastern grey kangaroos, red necked wallabies, New Holland mouse or bush rat. At night spot swamp wallabies, possums, gliders and bats.
Enjoy the surf and sand with some of the state's best surf breaks. There are plenty of opportunities for swimming, boating and picnicking along secluded beaches. The lake system provides some exellent canoeing and attracts many varieties of birds.