An Aboriginal cultural landscape, massive sand dunes, flourishing rainforests, beautiful white sandy beaches, and abundant wildlife, Croajingolong National Park is home to ancient forests and a playground for outdoor enthusiasts.
You can also explore amazing places for swimming in one of the best beaches, catch different species of fishes and spot Australia’s native koalas, wallabies and wombats only in Croajingolong National Park.
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Things to do in the Croajingolong National Park include splash in beautiful white sandy beaches, mountain bike through longwinded heathland, trek around rocky headlands, and fishing from isolated beaches in the World Biosphere Reserve which is very close to the New South Wales border.
Croajingolong has a coastline of around 100 kilometres, it is home to more than 300 bird species and it is one of Victoria’s largest parks. Canoeing, kayaking, boating, camping, hiking are among other things to do in Croajingolong National Park.
Visit Point Hicks Lighthouse, it is Captain Cooks first landfall on mainland Australia and you will learn about life in an isolated part of the world. Climb the curved stairways of the light station and adore the view of the panoramic Southern Ocean.
Relax, explore, enjoy and unwind in the beautiful coastal township of Mallacoota, an ideal place for romantic getaways. It is set on the Mallacoota Inlet and surrounded by the magnificent wilderness of Croajingolong National Park.
Plenty of walking tracks around picturesque Shipwreck Creek, from rocky coastline to isolated gritty beaches and heathlands. On your walk, you will be amazed to see views of Gabo Island and the Howe Range.
For a true wilderness experience, explore beautiful sand dunes, vast estuaries, and isolated beaches as you trek the rugged coastline.
Located on the edge of the Sand patch Wilderness Zone, the untouched rainforest of Wingan Inlet is one of Victoria’s wonderful spots to camp.
Canoe or kayak up the stunning Wingan River, a towering littoral rainforest, crystal clear water and the secluded campsites among tall Bloodwood trees makes a peaceful and wonderful camping experience and best place for romantic getaways in secluded corners of Victoria.
If you are lucky then you will be able to hear or even see New Zealand Fur Seals, as they are found on rocky islands just off the white sand of Fly Cove.
Summary of 5 things to do in Croajingolong National Park
Croajingolong is all about escaping busy life, unwinding yourself in a wilderness Park.
Point Hicks :- Visit Point Hicks Lighthouse, it is Captains Cooks first landfall on mainland Australia and you will learn about life in an isolated part of the world.
Tamboon Inlet :- Tamboon Inlet is a secluded place, and it is the best place to set up camp. People who love fishing, this is heaven for you as you can catch bream in the winter and tailor, salmon flathead, and perch in summer.
Thurra River :- Thurra River is picture-perfect, best for a swim in summer, and be amazed to see the largest sand dunes in Victoria, discover the Thurra River Dunes towering over the rugged coast below.
Mallacoota :- Relax and unwind in the pretty coastal township of Mallacoota, set on Mallacoota Inlet and surrounded by the magnificent wilderness of Croajingolong National Park.
Wingan Inlet :- Located on the edge of the Sand patch Wilderness Zone, the untouched rainforest of Wingan Inlet is one of Victoria’s wonderful spots to camp.
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