Narawntapu National Park
Back to nature
The main entrance at Springlawn has interpretive displays and provides picnic and toilet facilities. You have a great chance of seeing native animals in the wild, including common wombats, Bennett’s wallabies, pademelons and lots of birds. Some of the wild animals here are quite tame, but you are asked not to feed them as this can cause disease. There are lovely walking tracks, and Bakers Beach is generally safe for swimming.
Via Bakers Beach Rd; Parks and Wildlife Office (03) 6428 6277
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