Let the audio tour be your guide on this three-day coastal walk along the spectacular far south coast of NSW.
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Last update: 25/6/2014 12:48PM
Ben Boyd National Park invites you to discover its intriguing history. From Aboriginal middens to a heritage lighthouse, the park holds loads of historic surprises just waiting for you to discover.
Its finest attractions, though, are not man-made. With rare wildlife, sheltered inlets and 45km of stunning rocky coastline, the park’s rugged beauty is a sight to behold. Walk one of the park’s easy tracks, like the Pambula River walking track or Pinnacles track. If you’re feeling adventurous, head out on the multi-day Light to Light walk and enjoy the colourful display of rocks that stand out against the sapphire blue water of the Pacific Ocean.
This is a great place for a daytrip - there are lots of picnic spots and plenty of places to go fishing. The park’s lofty lookouts are excellent for whale watching during the annual whale migration which takes place from June to November – head to Davidson Whaling Station Historic Site if you’re interested in finding out more about the area’s whaling history.
Plan your next coastal adventure during the whale watching season at the Wild About Whales website.
Visit the NSW National Parks visitor website for more inspiration and information on Ben Boyd National Park.
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These maps give you a basic overview of features and facilities. They do not provide detailed information on topography and landscape, and may not be suitable for some activities. We recommend that you buy a topographic map before you go exploring.