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Clyde River National Park

Overview

Clyde River National Park is a natural playground by the river, offering kayaking, canoeing, swimming and fishing, alongside its beautiful views.

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Clyde River National Park is a secluded water sport playground near Batemans Bay, just waiting to be explored. With 9km of river frontage, steep forested hills, tree-lined foreshores with mangroves, and rare patches of saltmarsh, there are plenty of beautiful locations to discover.

Looking out over the entire bay, Holmes lookout is a must-see. Pack a picnic and admire the spectacular views while you orientate yourself for the adventure that awaits below. Drive through the forest and try your luck fishing in the river or find a secluded spot to enjoy a good book and watch the world go by. Hire a canoe or kayak, or launch your own, and set off to explore the mighty Clyde River.

With so much to see and do, why not stay overnight? Get back-to-basics and enjoy remote riverside camping at Red Gum and Beach campground.

Highlights in this park

  • Beach campground grass, Clyde River National Park. Photo: Lucas Boyd.

    Beach campground

    After a day paddling and fishing on the beautiful waterways of Clyde River, pull up your kayak at Beach campground and recharge in this tranquil river...

  • Holmes lookout view, Clyde River National Park. Photo: Lucas Boyd.

    Holmes lookout

    Get a wonderful bird’s-eye view of Clyde River and scenic views of the district at Holmes lookout, a popular picnic spot that’s perfect for a birdwatc...

  • Red Gum campground bike, Clyde River National Park. Photo: Lucas Boyd.

    Red Gum campground

    Escape the crowds for picnicking, fishing, and swimming in this peaceful riverside campground. Camp overnight and you’ll find yourself paddling in tra...

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Pretty Beach, Murramarang National Park. Photo: David Finnegan

Conservation program:

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Mountain pygmy possum (Burramys parvus). Photo: Cate Aitken

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Clyde River hero, Clyde River National Park. Photo: Lucas Boyd.