Myall Lakes National Park

Bottlenose dolphins surf the waves along the coast of Myall Lakes National Park, coming closest to shore around midday. Take your binoculars to Yacaaba Headland to spot them during summer, as well as a variety of seabirds that nest on the offshore islands (shearwaters, petrels, terns and Australasian gannets). Behind the sand dunes, Myall Lakes National Park’s rich heathland offers abundant nectar in spring and summer, attracting an army of honeyeaters. One of the richest wildlife areas is the coastal rainforest known as Mungo Brush.

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