Murramarang National Park

Murramarang features beaches, rock platforms, spotted gum forests and rainforest gullies, surrounding the beautiful Durras Lake.

Covering over 40kms of dramatic coastline north from Batemans Bay, Murramarang is one of Eurobodalla's best known National Parks. Murramarang National Park surrounds the villages of South Durras, Depot Beach and North Durras, nestled inbetween spectacular forests and breathtaking ocean views.

Featuring spectacular rock formations millions of years in the making, magnificent spotted and blue gum forests, and a diverse community of native animals and birdlife, the park is a favourite destination for geology enthusiasts, photographers and busk walkers. The spotted gums here can grow right down to shore, offering plenty of shade in the warmer months and a cool leafy, picturesque backdrop unique to the unspoilt south coast.

Murramarang is the ultimate spot to soak up some sun and surf on a coastal holiday with plenty of camping and cabin options to suit all tastes. Fantastic surfing, snorkelling, kayaking and fishing opportunities are within easy reach.

For more information visit the NSW National Parks website.

Below: Ancient sandstone rock formations of the Murramarang National Park.

Ancient sandstone rock formations of the Murramarang National Park