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Booti Booti National Park is about 2 hours drive north of Newcastle, via the Lakes Way Road. To the west is Lake Wallis and to the east the Pacific Ocean.
The park protects areas of rainforest, heath, sand dunes and wetlands. The park is a haven for birds, especially sea birds. The park also protects several aboriginal middens and a rock tool area.
The Ruins camping area is located on the site of some ruins (?), with all but a cemetery remaining (Gogerley family). The camping ground provides gas BBQs, amenities block and water. No wood fires are allowed in the park. Camping fees apply.
Seven Mile Beach:
Seven Mile Beach provides the opportunity for a swim, fishing and a walk along the length of the beach.
Booti Hill Walking Track:
This walk is a 3km return walk, including some steep sections. The walk provides views of the coast, ending at Elizabeth Beach and/or Shelley Bay.
ACCOMMODATION AND RESOURCE LINKS:
Kevin's Wilderness Journeys Homepage
New South Wales
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