Welcome to Croajingolong National Park
Croajingolong is one of Australia’s finest coastal-wilderness parks, recognised by its listing as a Unesco World Biosphere Reserve (one of nine in Australia). The park covers 875 sq km, stretching for about 100km from the town of Bemm River to the NSW border. Magnificent, unspoilt beaches, inlets, estuaries and forests make it ideal for camping, walking, swimming and surfing. The five inlets, Sydenham, Tamboon, Mueller, Wingan and Mallacoota (the largest and most accessible), are popular canoeing and fishing spots.