Crowdy Bay National Park (9,519 hectares) has long been admired for its rugged coastline cliffs, rockpools, beaches and forests, which are a haven for wildlife. At low tide, you can explore the rock formations and pools along the cliff-base walk.
There is great fishing, plenty of opportunities for swimming, surfing and water activities and it is a particularly fruitful area for bird watching.
The park’s main topographical feature and highest point is Diamond Head, which rises abruptly to 113 metres. It takes its name from the quartz crystals that are found in the area.
There are a number of great, well-appointed camping grounds that lie within the park including Crowdy Gap, Kylie’s Beach, Indian Head and Diamond Head. Make sure you take advantage of the many picnic areas and keep your eyes peeled for the resident friendly kangaroos who will hop right up to you and onto the beach!
- Boat Ramp
- Camp Kitchen
- Disabled Access
- Dump Point
- √National Parks / State Forest
- √Near Water
- Pet Friendly
- Powered Sites
- √RV Friendly
- √Unpowered Sites
- WiFi / Internet
|Address:||Crowdy Head Road, Harrington, New South Wales, Australia|