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1770 Environment

Experiences in Australia

National Park Information

Deep Water National Park
A coastal park to the south of Agnes water. Long sandy beaches and creeks, turtles can be seen between November and February. To reach Deepwater National park continue along Springs Road from Agnes Water for 4km and then turn left at the sign for Deepwater National Park. The unsealed road goes to the northern end of the park.

Deep Water National Park

Deepwater National Park has an impressive beach and there are places to stop on the road. There is a picnic spot and campground at Wreck Rock about 9km along the unsealed road with basic facilities. A camping permit is needed.The beach is not safe for swimming as it is not patrolled. Fishing is popular on the beach and off the rocks on the beach. There is a diversity of bird life including emus, red-tailed black cockatoos,honeyeaters,brahminy kites and water birds. From January to April turtle hatchlings emerge from the nests mainly at night. Please do keep light and noise to a minimum if you are watching the turtles.

Eurimbula National Park
Eurimbula National Park is on the northern side of 1770. Entry is via a turning 10km inland from Agnes water and signposted Eurimbula National Park. The park entrance is 4km along this road. For camping turn to Middle Creek campground about 13km from the park entrance or to Bustard Beach campground 9km into the park.

The lookout car park is 3km from the park entrance along the Bustard Beach track. A short walk takes you to the lookout where views of the swamps and heaths can be seen.

Eurimbula National Park

 
 
 
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