Croajingolong National Park

Croajingolong National Park fronts 100 kilometres of ocean and, together with the neighbouring Nadgee Nature Reserve, has been declared a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Much of the park’s 87 000 hectares are wilderness, and many unspoilt creeks and rivers flow down from the mountains through pockets of both cool and temperate rainforest to remote beaches. There are a number of major inlets where the rivers meet the sea, including the huge waterway of Mallacoota Inlet. Elsewhere there are spectacular sections of wild uninhabited coast with towering sand dunes, long stretches of windswept beaches and rocky headlands. Wingan Inlet, with its 3-kilometre stretch of flat water, and the seal colony at the islands called the Skerries, are both highlights for kayakers.

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