Welcome to Myall Lakes National Park
On an extravagantly pretty section of the coast that feels deliciously remote, this large national park incorporates a patchwork of lakes, islands, dense littoral rainforest and beaches. Seal Rocks, a bush-clad hamlet hugging Sugarloaf Bay, is one of Australia's most epic surf destinations. Further south, the lakes support an incredible quantity and variety of bird life, including bowerbirds, white-bellied sea eagles and tawny frogmouths. The coastal rainforest is cut through with fire trails and beach tracks that lead to the beach dunes at Mungo Brush, perfect territory for spotting wildflowers and surprising dingoes.