With its lagoon and forest, low flowering shrubs and dunes behind crescent beaches, Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve contains many of the most distinctive and attractive features of the South Coast. It presents a thumbnail view of the vegetation that once covered this coast in an intricate plant mosaic.
The reserve's coastline of nearly five kilometres is backed by a parallel dune system that supports woodlands and forests, including several endangered ecological communities. It also protects estuarine wetlands along Narrawallee Creek and the brackish Pattimores Lagoon, an important bird breeding and feeding area.
Bushwalking, bird watching and simple enjoyment of the natural beauty are popular activities here.
Park map: Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve
Local map: showing Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve
NSW map: showing Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve
Australia map: showing Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve
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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.