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Seven Mile Beach National Park

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INTRODUCTION:

Seven Mile Beach National Park is unique in that it is no wider than 1.2km at any point. It protects an area of about 730 hectares of coastal landscape, providing a haven for a large number of bird species and native animals.

Seven Mile Beach National Park is accessed via the Princes Highway some 130km south of Sydney on the Illawarra coast region of New South Wales.

 

ATTRACTIONS:

The attraction that draws most visitors to Seven Mile National Park is the coast itself, with swimming, surfing and fishing being extremely popular along the beach.

 

Black Head:

Black Head provides an opportunity for viewing a variety of fossils, all from a sheltered viewing platform.

 

CAMPING:

A bush camping site is located off the Gerroa Road. Otherwise camping is limited to the Seven Mile Beach Holiday Park and Gerroa Shores Holiday Park.

 

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