Myall Lakes National Park is located approximately 250 kilometres north of Sydney and a scenic two-hour drive from Newcastle. This beautiful park is renowned for its expansive lake system and its secluded camping areas around Mungo Brush.
The centrepiece of the park is its intricate network of lakes and waterways, providing endless opportunities for activities like kayaking, fishing, and boating. Bird enthusiasts will also delight in the park's diverse avian population.
Mungo Brush campground, situated amidst towering eucalyptus trees and a short walk from the sandy shores of Bombah Broadwater, is the perfect spot for a wilderness camping experience. Also, the campsites at Banksia Green, Dees Corner, White Tree Bay and The Wells are great places to pitch up for the night.