Experience some magic in a NSW State Park
Visit beautiful NSW state parks and experience everything from the untouched outback to stunning ocean beaches.
NSW State Parks

Welcome to NSW State Parks

NSW State Parks are truly a national treasure with stunning locations to relax and enjoy a myriad of recreational activities. They provide a range of visitor accommodation such as camp and caravan sites, bungalows and cabins, perfect for days trips or longer holidays

  • Burrinjuck Waters

    Burrinjuck Waters

    Lake Burrinjuck is a stunning place to relax and enjoy a myriad of recreational activities. It offers a haven of untouched native bushland just waiting to be enjoyed. Get up close and personal with the native wildlife, or satisfy the thirst for adventure with a choice of water sports.

  • Coffs Coast

    Coffs Coast

    Famous for year-round sunny weather, Coffs Coast State Park is perfect for a relaxing summer holiday or warm winter retreat. Coffs Coast State Park boasts beautiful beaches, foreshores, estuaries and wetlands which are perfect for surfing, swimming, diving, fishing and boating.

  • Grabine Lakeside

    Grabine Lakeside

    Enjoy the magnificent views of Grabine and Lake Wyangala or enjoy water sports, bushwalking and picnics. There are many walking trails to take in the spectacular scenery across the lake and surrounding countryside or take a canoe trip round the foreshores.

  • Killalea

    Killalea

    Killalea State Park is approximately 265 hectares of pristine coastal reserve with some of the best beaches on the NSW South Coast. With coastlines, rainforest areas, extensive wetlands and seabird breeding areas, Killalea is popular for day trips, educational groups, boating, surfing and fishing.

  • Lake Burrendong

    Lake Burrendong

    Lake Burrendong State Park offers year-round attractions for fishing enthusiasts, nature lovers, bushwalkers, campers and picnickers. With an arboretum with native plants and animals, and a mass of subtropical vegetation and local bird life, Lake Burrendong has something for everyone.

  • Lake Glenbawn

    Lake Glenbawn

    Lake Glenbawn State Park offers a wonderful diversity of bushland and wildlife. Nature lovers and bushwalkers alike will enjoy the woodland, which provides a habitat for over 100 species of birds, as well as water sports, fishing, picnic areas, BBQs, playgrounds and tennis.

  • Lake Keepit

    Lake Keepit

    Lake Keepit State Park offers fun and relaxation for the whole family with BBQs, picnics and bushwalking along the Namoi, or water sports on the 34km of stunning waterways. The park is great for bushwalks, with many pleasant and easy trails.

  • Wyangala Waters

    Wyangala Waters

    The 'Jewel in the crown of the Central West', Wyangala Waters is a favourite picnic area and holiday destination. Relax in comfortable accommodation or on the water in a houseboat, take a bushwalk or cast a line for some fishing.

  • Belmont Wetlands

    Belmont Wetlands

    Belmont Wetlands was established in 2005 as the 10th State Park in New South Wales. It comprises seven coastal wetlands, some of which drain into Lake Macquarie. It features the largest single open water wetland in Lake Macquarie and is fed by an extensive wetland system from the north and north east.

  • Manning Entrance

    Manning Entrance

    The Manning Entrance State Park is situated on the NSW Mid North Coast and comprises of lands surroundings and including the Manning River's southern entrance at the Old Bar. The foreshores of the coastal beaches and estuary provide an array of year round recreation and tourism opportunities.

  • Harrington Beach

    Harrington Beach

    The Harrington Beach State Park stretches from Harrington to the picturesque fishing village of Crowdy Head and features a caravan park, lighthouse and boat harbour. The foreshores of the coastal beaches and estuary provide an array of year round recreation.

  • Bellinger Heads

    Bellinger Heads

    Bellinger Heads State Park is perfect for a relaxing summer holiday or warm winter retreat. With a superb year-round climate and marvellous beaches, the towns of Urunga and Mylestom are one of the regions lesser known jewels, unpretentious, with a laidback and relaxed atmosphere.

  • Jervis Bay

    Jervis Bay

    Jervis Bay State Park is a newly created park. Information will come online as it becomes available.

  • Wallaga Lake

    Wallaga Lake

    Wallaga Lake State Park is a newly created park. Information will come online as it becomes available.

  • Cronulla

    Cronulla

    Cronulla State Park is a newly created park. Information will come online as it becomes available. There is no accommodation at this park. For general enquiries, please contact Land and Property Management Authority, Parramatta, (02) 8836 5613.

  • Copeton Waters

    Copeton Waters

    Copeton Waters offers a fantastic opportunity to use and enjoy Lake Copeton, which boasts three times the capacity of Sydney Harbour. With the lake, forest and open parkland to explore, Copeton Waters State Park is a haven for bushwalkers, nature lovers and water sport enthusiasts.

  • Living Desert

    Living Desert

    Living Desert State Park is located 12 km from Broken Hill, nestled amongst the Barrier Ranges. Situated on a majestic hilltop is the Sculpture Symposium while the tranquil Flora and Fauna Sanctuary contains numerous indigenous species. The park displays all the breathtaking beauty the NSW outback has to offer.

NSW State Park Listing
  • Burrinjuck Waters

    Lake Burrinjuck is a stunning place to relax and enjoy a myriad of recreational activities. It offers a haven of untouched native bushland just waiting to be enjoyed. Get up close and personal with the native wildlife, or satisfy the thirst for adventure with a choice of water sports.

  • Lake Glenbawn

    Lake Glenbawn State Park offers a wonderful diversity of bushland and wildlife. Nature lovers and bushwalkers alike will enjoy the woodland, which provides a habitat for over 100 species of birds, as well as water sports, fishing, picnic areas, BBQs, playgrounds and tennis.

  • Bellinger Heads

    Bellinger Heads State Park is perfect for a relaxing summer holiday or warm winter retreat. With a superb year-round climate and marvellous beaches, the towns of Urunga and Mylestom are one of the regions lesser known jewels, unpretentious, with a laidback and relaxed atmosphere.

  • Coffs Coast

    Famous for year-round sunny weather, Coffs Coast State Park is perfect for a relaxing summer holiday or warm winter retreat. Coffs Coast State Park boasts beautiful beaches, foreshores, estuaries and wetlands which are perfect for surfing, swimming, diving, fishing and boating.

  • Lake Keepit

    Lake Keepit State Park offers fun and relaxation for the whole family with BBQs, picnics and bushwalking along the Namoi, or water sports on the 34km of stunning waterways. The park is great for bushwalks, with many pleasant and easy trails.

  • Jervis Bay

    Jervis Bay State Park is a newly created park. Information will come online as it becomes available.

  • Copeton Waters

    Copeton Waters offers a fantastic opportunity to use and enjoy Lake Copeton, which boasts three times the capacity of Sydney Harbour. With the lake, forest and open parkland to explore, Copeton Waters State Park is a haven for bushwalkers, nature lovers and water sport enthusiasts.

  • Wyangala Waters

    The 'Jewel in the crown of the Central West', Wyangala Waters is a favourite picnic area and holiday destination. Relax in comfortable accommodation or on the water in a houseboat, take a bushwalk or cast a line for some fishing.

  • Wallaga Lake

    Wallaga Lake State Park is a newly created park. Information will come online as it becomes available.

  • Grabine Lakeside

    Enjoy the magnificent views of Grabine and Lake Wyangala or enjoy water sports, bushwalking and picnics. There are many walking trails to take in the spectacular scenery across the lake and surrounding countryside or take a canoe trip round the foreshores.

  • Belmont Wetlands

    Belmont Wetlands was established in 2005 as the 10th State Park in New South Wales. It comprises seven coastal wetlands, some of which drain into Lake Macquarie. It features the largest single open water wetland in Lake Macquarie and is fed by an extensive wetland system from the north and north east.

  • Cronulla

    Cronulla State Park is a newly created park. Information will come online as it becomes available. There is no accommodation at this park. For general enquiries, please contact Land and Property Management Authority, Parramatta, (02) 8836 5613.

  • Killalea

    Killalea State Park is approximately 265 hectares of pristine coastal reserve with some of the best beaches on the NSW South Coast. With coastlines, rainforest areas, extensive wetlands and seabird breeding areas, Killalea is popular for day trips, educational groups, boating, surfing and fishing.

  • Manning Entrance

    The Manning Entrance State Park is situated on the NSW Mid North Coast and comprises of lands surroundings and including the Manning River's southern entrance at the Old Bar. The foreshores of the coastal beaches and estuary provide an array of year round recreation and tourism opportunities.

  • Living Desert

    Living Desert State Park is located 12 km from Broken Hill, nestled amongst the Barrier Ranges. Situated on a majestic hilltop is the Sculpture Symposium while the tranquil Flora and Fauna Sanctuary contains numerous indigenous species. The park displays all the breathtaking beauty the NSW outback has to offer.

  • Lake Burrendong

    Lake Burrendong State Park offers year-round attractions for fishing enthusiasts, nature lovers, bushwalkers, campers and picnickers. With an arboretum with native plants and animals, and a mass of subtropical vegetation and local bird life, Lake Burrendong has something for everyone.

  • Harrington Beach

    The Harrington Beach State Park stretches from Harrington to the picturesque fishing village of Crowdy Head and features a caravan park, lighthouse and boat harbour. The foreshores of the coastal beaches and estuary provide an array of year round recreation.

NSW State Parks are truly a national treasure with stunning locations to relax and enjoy a myriad of recreational activities. They provide a range of visitor accommodation such as camping and caravan sites, bungalows and cabins, perfect for day trips or longer holidays.

NSW State Parks have something for everybody, even twitchers!


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