Welcome to Murramarang National Park
Secluded surf beaches are dotted along the coast, some accompanied by idyllic campgrounds. North and South Durras (both with good beaches) are divided by Durras Lake, a serene spot for kayaking.
Yuin people made and traded fishing hooks from this stretch of coast, and shoreside foraging grounds are still used today. Look out for shell middens, where generations of Indigenous Australians took meals of shellfish together, especially at Wasp Point. The protected Murramarang Aboriginal Area, which has ancient middens and other treasured sites, is best understood when explored in the company of an Aboriginal tour guide.