Myall Lakes National Park
Myall River feeds part of a massive lake system known as the Myall Lakes, made up of four lakes that are connected by narrow channels. This is the largest brackish barrier lake system in New South Wales and also forms part of Myall Lakes National Park. From the town of Tea Gardens, where the water flows into Port Stephens, it’s about 60 kilometres north to the end of the Myall Lakes at Boolambayte Lake. It’s the perfect location for a short, two- to three-day kayaking trip. Tall paperbarks line the shores and there is an abundance of wildlife and birds including swans, ducks and eagles. Numerous boat-based campsites can be found on the shores of the lakes.
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