Byfield's parks and forests form the southern-most tip of one of the largest undeveloped regions on Australia's east coast. Byfield Conservation Park boasts outstanding coastal scenery and offers fantastic views from Stockyard Point headland and Five Rocks. This 90 hectare park protects coastal heaths growing on low nutrient sands and taller eucalypt woodlands in sheltered areas. Toilet and shower facilities and a vehicle-free beach make it a popular spot for visitors.
Starting from Five Rocks day-use area, Little Five Rocks Beach track takes you over exposed coastal headlands and through shady pandanus groves on Findlays Creek to beautiful Little Five Rocks Beach. Interpretive signs along the way explain some of the plants and animals that make this place their home.Visit Website
Car park, Picnic Area, Public Toilet, Toilet facilities for the Disabled
Bushwalking, Camping, Fishing - Beach, Hiking/Trekking, Off Road Driving, Self-Guided, Surfing, Swimming
Flora/Fauna, Nature based