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Killalea Regional Park

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Killalea Regional Park is the jewel in the crown of the Illawarra. Located between Shellharbour and Kiama, visit for a day to surf world-class breaks or linger to enjoy beach walks, fishing and coastal camping.

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Escape the city and explore this spectacular coastal reserve. Less than 30 minutes south of Wollongong, take a day trip and feel worlds away from town.

Killalea Regional Park may be small in size, but there’s plenty to see and do here. Catch waves at its famous surf breaks, The Farm or Minnamurra Beach, also known as ‘Mystics’ to the locals. Try your luck with fishing along the beaches or Minnamurra River. Or set up camp at Killalea campground for a relaxing weekend’s stay with the family.

In spring, spot and enjoy the expansive ocean views. Birdwatchers will find plenty to see. Threatened species including Australian bitterns and pied oystercatchers find refuge here. Patches of sub-tropical rainforest and coastal heath also host a diverse suite of birds, from yellow robins and golden whistlers to whip birds.

Killalea is home to remnant rainforest including massive Morton Bay figs. Rare coastal plants like the endangered white flowered wax plant and Illawarra zieria also grow here – spot its petite white flowers from late winter to summer.

Frasers headland and Mystics view are popular wedding venues in Killalea Regional Park. To find out more about booking these venues for an event contact Minnamurra Visitor Centre.

Highlights in this park

  • Group of people wearing Gumaraa logo clothing walking shot from behind. Photo © Gumaraa

    Cultural tours in Killalea Regional Park

    Immerse yourself in the vibrant tapestry of Dharawal culture on a tour with Gumaraa Aboriginal Experience in the beautiful Killalea Regional Park.

  • Numbered campsites at Killalea campground in Killalea Regional Park. © DPE

    Killalea campground

    Reconnect with nature at Killalea campground in Killalea Regional Park, just 30 minutes from Wollongong. This peaceful shady campground is a short wal...

  • Teacher's hands demonstrating the start of weave, Bournda National Park. Photo: Jessica Bray © the photographer

    Traditional weaving workshop: Killalea

    Join this weaving workshop at Killalea Regional Park these school holidays. It's a great introduction to Aboriginal culture. You'll have the privilege...

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