Undoubtedly one of Australia's most spectacular parks, Croajingolong's landscapes and ecosystems are so valuable that the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has nominated it a World Biosphere Reserve.
The park encompasses 100 kilometres of coast and hinterland and features an extraordinary diversity of landscapes from pure white sandy beaches, rocky coastal headlands and granite peaks to rambling heathland, lush rainforests and towering eucalypts. It also supports a wide range of flora and fauna, with more than 1000 native plants and over 300 bird species.
Croajingolong National Park is a great spot for hiking and walking, water sports such as surf and freshwater fishing, swimming, diving, snorkelling and sea kayaking, and touring by 4WD or mountain bikes. It is also a photographer's paradise with countless opportunities to capture untouched nature on film.
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