The Myall Lakes – a coastal lake system – is one of the few in New South Wales that remains relatively untouched. There are over 600 species of plants and a complex variety of habitats.
The Myall Lakes are an internationally recognised area listed as a Ramsar Wetlands site.
We are fortunate enough to have a series of campgrounds in the area that are open to the public. These are in the Myall Lakes National Park. For more information see: