Murramarang National Park

Murramarang National Park protects 11,978ha of coastal land between Kiola and Batemans Bay on the state’s south coast. Four offshore islands – Wasp, Grasshopper, Dawsons and O’Hara – are also included in the park, which is divded by the villages of South Durras and North Durras.

Murramarang offers visitors a wide range of activites including swimming, surfing, fishing, picnicking, bushwalking & nature study.

The park’s largely undisturbed coastline with it’s sandy and shingle beaches, rugged headlands and rock stacks provides visitors with a rich environment to explore.

A National Park Daily Use Fee is required when visiting the Murramarang National Park for more information

Rich Wildlife

The extensive forest in the park is home to many animals. Eastern grey kangaroos, swamp and red-necked wallabies can be seen at dawn and dusk when they feed.

Common bird life includes parrots, finches, honeyeaters and a variety of sea birds.

Diverse Plants

Spotted gum forests with an understory of burrawangs form the main plant community in the park. In the sheltered gullies around Durras Mountain rainforest pockets can be found, rich with Cabbage Palms and Tree-ferns.