The Croajingolong National Park is UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Its diverse eco systems and incredible natural beauty of coast, rivers and hinterland will excite your senses.
Croajingolong follows the far-eastern coastline of Victoria for 100 kilometres and features eucalypt forest, rainforest and heathland. Bemm River, Cann River and Mallacoota are within Croajingolong and there are many coastal camping areas in the region. TheCroajingolong National Park covers 87,500 hectares and is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Its diverse ecosystems of coast, rivers and hinterland offer a rare glimpse of wilderness, indigenous and endangered species in their native environment. It is home to more than 300 bird and animal species and over 1,000 native plant species.
Secluded coastal camping spots are a perfect base for beach walks, bird-watching, boating and fishing. Plan a coastal walk, bird-watching expedition or boat and fish with ease.
View the panoramic coastline from Genoa Peak, giant sand dunes at Thurra River or tour the historic light station at Point Hicks.
With 100km of rugged and unspoilt coastline plus pristine eucalypt forest, rainforest and heathland they combine to offer a rare glimpse of wilderness, including indigenous and endangered species in their native environment. Embrace the essence of beauty in the Croajingolong and its hinterland.Our towns are Bemm River, Cann River and Mallacoota all within Croajingolong. The Croajingolong National Park was named after the aboriginal people of the area.
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