Nowra national parks and parks

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    MORTON NATIONAL PARK IS KNOWN FOR ITS SPECTACULAR SANDSTONE SCENERY, WHICH IS ON A GRAND SCALE THROUGHOUT THE PARK: Photo - Tourism Southern Highlands, courtesy of Destination New South Wales
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    MORTON NATIONAL PARK ALSO HAS SEVERAL SPECTACULAR WATERFALLS, SUCH AS FITZROY FALLS THAT PLUNGES INTO THE RAINFOREST GULLIES BELOW: Photo - Robbi Newman, courtesy of Destination New South Wales
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    THE VISITOR CENTRE AT FITZROY FALLS HAS SOME GOOD ELEVATED WALKWAYS THAT ALLOW YOU TO GET SOME NICE VIEWS OF THE SURROUNDING LANDSCAPES: Photo - Tourism Southern Highlands, courtesy of Destination New South Wales
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National parksNowra national parks and parks

Morton National Park

Explore sandstone scenery on a grand scale throughout the park. To the south, George Boyd lookout, Little Forest Plateau and Pigeon House Mountain offer views of the coastline and the Budawang wilderness areas. The recently upgraded Tianjara lookout, on the Nowra-Braidwood road, provides views of Tianjara Falls. To the north, Fitzroy Falls and Belmore Falls plunge off the plateau into rainforest gullies. On the western side at Tallong there are wonderful views of the Shoalhaven Gorge from Badgerys and Longpoint lookouts.

Enjoy the spectacular views and award-winning visitor centre at Fitzroy Falls.

Activities

The park is an great place for bushwalking (hiking) with some spectacular lookouts. It is also good for mountain biking and car touring.

Camping

There is one camp ground in the park. There is also remote backpack camping available.

Location

Approximately 50 km from Nowra.


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Bomaderry Creek Regional Park

Bomaderry Creek Regional Park is a rich oasis of quiet bushland on the edge of the town of Bomaderry. A small sandstone gorge is the main natural feature of the park. It has overhangs and sheer rock faces and cradles a creek that meanders along a stony bed. Patches of remnant rainforest, hanging swamps and dry woodland enlivened by bright flowers in spring make for a delightfully varied little park.

Activities

Take a walk and perhaps pick up some facts about the surprising range of plant types here.

Camping

There is no camping in the park.

Location

3 km north of Nowra.


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