Myall Lakes National Park is a national park in New South Wales, is situated on 47,493 hectares. The park includes 40 kilometres of beaches, important, spiritual sites. Point Aboriginal Place served as a location for the Worimi people. Environment Myall Lakes National Park incorporates a patchwork of freshwater lakes. The Myall Lakes wetlands have a high, cultural, social value. Raptors are cruising the spotted, coastal breezes throughout Australia. The wonga wonga vine is a widespread, vigorous climber. NPWS visitor service officers visit camping areas to collect fees. Day passes annual passes from the available Great Lakes Area Office.
National park in New South Wales