National parks feature some of the most beautiful beaches in NSW. They are often wonderfully isolated - in some cases you'll have the beach to yourself, to swim, walk or relax away from the crowds. However, many national park beaches are not patrolled by lifeguards. When at the beach, it is important to take precautions, such as the following:
The Australian Beach Safety & Management Program (ABSAMP) has amassed information on every beach in Australia. An edited example of the type of information contained in the database is available for viewing on the Find a Beach or Club pages Surf Life Saving Australia website.
For more tips and information on staying safe in national parks, visit the Park Safety webpage.
Page last updated: 01 March 2011