Located on the Central Coast near Gosford, north of Sydney, the gorgeous Bouddi National Park uses spectacular diverse landscapes – from coastlines as well as steep cliffs through to jungle as well as heathland. Make the most of the park’s seaside place and also camp at Little Beach, Putty Beach or Tallow Beach campground. Here are a list of things to do in Bouddi National Park while camping.
Walk along the Bouddi Coastal Walk
This eight-kilometre hike is ideal for those wanting to take in as a lot of Bouddi National Park as feasible! Passing through coastlines as well as rain forest, this stroll will certainly take you past highlights such as Gerrin Point Lookout, the PS Maitland shipwreck, and Putty Beach
Take a dip at Lobster Beach.
Sheltered in all-natural bushland, this beach is concealed from busy roadways and loud coffee shops. It’s a tranquil paradise ideal for snorkelling as well as floating in the clear waters. Although we would have loved to keep this treasure a secret, we could not be shellfish!
Absorb the views at Gerrin Point Lookout
Only a brief walk from Putty Beach camping site, Gerrin Point Lookout hosts paronamic sights of Maitland Bay and also the Bouddi National Park Marine Extension. Although the lookout can get fairly gusty, we bet the only point you’re blown away by is the view.
Snorkel at Maitland Bay
Stashed in a peaceful cove, Maitland Bay is a tranquil as well as soothing coastline ideal for snorkelling. Head to the beaches rocky factors at either end to catch a glimpse of some sensational undersea wildlife. You could also see the entire cast of Finding Nemo down there!