Wyrrabalong National Park is the youngest park on the Central Coast and covers an area of 597 hectares. It is divided into two sections: north and south.
The northern section is five kilometres north of The Entrance and stretches from North Entrance to Pelican Point, Norah Head and is bisected by Wilfred Barrett Drive. Magnificent beaches are to the east with access points off Wilfred Barrett Drive and via Norah Head.
Red Gum Forest and lake is to the west. Red Gum Forest has a series of walking tracks. An information handout on these tracks is available from National Parks office located in Gosford.
The southern section extends from the northern end of Bateau Bay to Forresters Beach in the south. There are three access points for walks in this section, from Reserve Drive (opposite Sutton Reserve), Hilltop Street and Crackneck.Visit Website
BBQ Facilities, Car park, Picnic Area, Public Toilet
Animal Viewing, Birdwatching, Bushwalking, Fishing - Beach, Meditating, Self-Guided
Beach, Flora/Fauna, Nature based