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From scenic driving routes to multi-day walks, you'll discover a host of things to do in NSW national parks.Things to see and do
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Whether you're planning a family camping trip or an unforgettable coastal weekend getaway, you'll find what you're after in NSW national parks.Camping and accommodation
Explore the twisting inlets and harbour islands of Sydney Harbour National Park, and head to south Sydney for world-class bushwalking and mountain biking experiences in Royal National Park. Looking for more things to do when in Sydney? Visit the Three Sisters and hazy blue valleys of Blue Mountains National Park.More about this region
Bouddi National Park
Located near Gosford on the NSW Central Coast, Bouddi National Park spoils you with secluded beaches, coastal walking tracks and Aboriginal cultural sites.
Yuraygir National Park
Yuraygir National Park is a top spot on the NSW North Coast for surfing, fishing and beachside camping. Spot whales in winter or Australia’s coastal emus on the Yuraygir coastal walk.
Lane Cove National Park
Close to Sydney's CBD, Lane Cove National Park is a beautiful pocket of bushland nestled on Lane Cover River. It's a great spot for bushwalking, kayaking, boating, picnicking and camping.
Myall Lakes National Park
Myall Lakes is home to one of the largest coastal lake systems in NSW. Paddle the waters, cast your line for a spot of fishing, and go whale watching along the park's 40km of beaches.
Dorrigo National Park
Discover Dorrigo National Park's World Heritage-listed Gondwana rainforest, secret waterfalls, walking tracks and rich wildlife. It's only an hour from Coffs Harbour.
Kosciuszko National Park
If you're an adventure sports thrill seeker, the Snowy Mountains has it all. Hit the ski slopes in winter, climb Mount Kosciuszko, or go bushwalking and cycling in spring.
Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park
Get a taste of nature without leaving Sydney. Check out Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park's breathtaking lookouts and Aboriginal sites. Walk to hidden creeks and coves, or bring family and friends for a waterfront picnic.
Royal National Park
Take a day trip to Australia's oldest national park in Sydney's south. Royal National Park has everything from beaches and rainforest, to beautiful walking tracks.
Sydney Harbour National Park
Sydney Harbour National Park is jewel of the city. Explore the park's inlets and islands on a foreshore walk, delve into colonial and Aboriginal heritage, and picnic with some of the best views in town.
Blue Mountains National Park
World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains National Park is a must-see when in Sydney. Visit the iconic Three Sisters and explore its magnificent waterfalls, walks and adventure sports.