Saltwater National Park adjoining Saltwater Beach has special significance for the local Biripi (Aboriginal) community.
This National Park is of major significant to the Aboriginal people and the elders have a strong connection to Dreamtime beliefs and a section of the park has been declared an Aboriginal Place.
There is swimming and surfing at the ocean beach and canoeing in the tranquil waters of Khappinghat Creek. The lagoon nestled against the Reserve provides safe swimming for families. The picnic area has gas barbecues, picnic tables, toilet facilities and cold showers.
National Parks has put in a walking track with interpretative signage, so take a walk through the rainforest on the headland or explore the Five Islands Walking Track, which follows Khappinghat Creek in the Nature Reserve.Visit Website
BBQ Facilities, Car park, Picnic Area, Public Toilet, Shaded Area, Sheltered Area
Birdwatching, Bushwalking, Canoeing, Fishing - Beach, Fishing - Estuary, Kayaking, Meditating, Self-Guided, Snorkelling, Surfing, Swimming
Beach, Flora/Fauna, Nature based, Wildlife