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Mungo Brush Rainforest Walk


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Myall Lakes National Park NSW 2315


2km return (30min - Grade easy)

From the northern end of Mungo Brush camping area there is an easy walk through paperbark, cabbage tree and palm rainforests. The track ends back at the camping area.

Please note

  • There are unsealed sections along Bombah Point Road (Lakes Road) from Bulahdelah
  • The walk starts at the northern end of Mungo Brush campground and there is a side track that leads to Dees Corner campground
  • There are picnic tables and barbecues at Mungo Brush campground if you’d like to have a picnic lunch
  • It’s a good idea to put sunscreen on before you set out and remember to take a hat and plenty of drinking water
  • Remember to take your binoculars if you want to birdwatch

The vehicle ferry at Bombah point operates between 8am - 6pm. Fees are:

  • $2 / pedestrian
  • $4 / motorbike
  • $5 / car
  • $5 / caravan, trailer or boat trailor
  • $8.5 / 3.5 tonne + vehicles

This easy loop walk takes you on a short trip through rare coastal rainforest, almost like the enchanted forest. The lush environment features ancient trees, plum pine, mock olive, coogera and brush bloodwood.

Children and adults can have great fun looking out for the colourful birds that live in the rainforest, including golden whistlers, figbirds, rufous fantails, and satin and regent bowerbirds. You’re also likely to see brush turkeys scratching in the undergrowth; look for their distinctive red head.

The walk starts from Mungo Brush campground, from here follow Tamboi walking track to the historic Tamboi fishing village or work a longer walk follow the Mungo walking track to Hawks Nest.

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Safety Considerations : Use care and common sense before any activity

Cost : $0.00

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Terrain : Natural Trail

Parking : Provided in the Area

Intensity : Level 1

Location: Myall Lakes National Park NSW 2315

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