Corramy Regional Park
Corramy Regional Park protects several threatened species while offering visitors a natural playground, with everything on offer from picnicking and walking to kayaking.
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Created in 2010, Corramy Regional Park offers visitors a natural playground in a tidy package of 292ha. Not far from suburbia, it protects several species of threatened trees and plays host to endangered birds like the glossy black cockatoo. There’s scenic swamp oak forest and a variety of eucalypts, spilling shade over attractive clearings tailor-made for picnicking.
Indeed, Corramy manages to protect our natural diversity while offering compelling reasons to bring the whole family. Pack a lunch and visit for a lazy afternoon, or bring the kayak and make a day of it. Proving size isn’t everything, this small park packs some big opportunities, whether your preference is fishing, walking, or watersports. Along with stunning bushland, there’s Wandandian Creek and the quiet shoreline of St Georges Basin.
Corramy is largely a local haunt, with people from the villages between Nowra and Ulladulla making the most of their weekends in this natural gem. But anybody is welcome, and one visit is all it takes to have you coming back again and again.
Highlights in this park
Wandandian Creek is an easily accessible waterway that offers several branching directions for a variety of activities including paddling, fishing, ka...
Anabranch loop track is the easiest walk in Corramy Regional Park, near Nowra, passing through forest and wetland and offering close views over Wandan...
The longer of the two walks near Wandandian Creek, near Nowra, Delta track follows the foreshore for 1.5km, crossing two beaches with opportunities fo...
Located between Nowra and Ulladulla, Wandandian Creek picnic area is a great place to picnic and go fishing or kayaking, with a boat ramp and trail he...
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- in the South Coast region
Corramy Regional Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.
- Nowra office
02 4428 6300
Contact hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm.
- 104 Flatrock Road, West Nowra NSW 2541
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Nowra office