Spanning over 100 kilometres of rugged coastline on Victoria’s southeastern coast, Croajingolong National Park is a haven for adventurers, wildlife enthusiasts, and anyone seeking an escape into the pristine wilderness.

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With its diverse ecosystems, from lush rainforests and sprawling heathlands to pristine beaches, the park offers an unparalleled variety of landscapes. The coastal scenery is particularly captivating, with the rugged cliffs and sandy shores creating a mesmerizing contrast. Make sure you visit the historic Point Hicks Lighthouse. The point is named after Lieutenant Zachary Hicks of the Endeavour who, in April 1770, first saw land thought to be the east coast of New Holland.

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One of the highlights of Croajingolong is its rich biodiversity. The park is home to an array of native flora and fauna, including kangaroos, wallabies, and an abundance of bird species. Keep an eye out for the iconic emu, and if you're lucky, you might spot the elusive lyrebird showcasing its impressive mimicking skills.

For the outdoor enthusiast, Croajingolong provides ample opportunities for exploration. Hiking trails, such as the Wilderness Coast Walk, meander through diverse landscapes, offering stunning views of the coastline and hinterland. The park's waterways invite kayakers and canoeists to paddle through serene estuaries and pristine rivers.

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To fully immerse yourself in the park's wonders, camping has to be the way. There are several designated campsites, each strategically placed to offer a unique experience. We chose to stay at Thurra River Campground, a delightful spot just behind the dunes amidst the rustling of the surrounding eucalyptus trees. This provided the perfect backdrop for our stay.

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