Yagon Beach

Youagon Beach

Practical information you need to know about Yagon Camping. The Yagon Camping is located in the Seal Rocks area of Myall Lakes National Park. Myall Lakes National Park, Yagon is a beautifully wooded area behind the dunes, just a few steps from Fiona Beach. Situated in the northern part of Myall Lakes National Park, near Seal Rocks, it connects camping Yagon with the golden sands of Submarine Beach. Situated in the northern part of Myall Lakes National Park, near Seal Rocks, it connects camping Yagon with the golden sands of Submarine Beach.

Camping Yagon | Visitor Information

The Yagon Camping is located in the Seal Rocks area of Myall Lakes National Park. Drive 26km on The Lakes Way and turn into Seal Rocks Rd at Bungwahl. After 10 km, turn right just before the Seal Rocks Store and drive to the end. There is a car park at the Yagon campsite.

Myall Lakes National Parks has a lot of great things to do. It is a good period for a trip when the climate is a little colder and the wind is less crowded. There are no patrols on the beach and sometimes there are cracks and creeks. This beach security tips will help you and your loved ones remain safely in the sea.

If you pitch your camp on the coastline or in the mountain, there are many things to consider when you camp in NSWs. Learn how to remain secure when you camp. Angling by sea, beach or stream is a favourite sport for many people visiting the area.

Before your trip, please make sure you have downloaded the Ambulance + application, which will help the rescue service to find you via your smartphone's navigation system. Remember that there is restricted cell phoneception in this area and you need to have a cell phonecall to call Triple Zero (000). See which local theme playgrounds allow dogs to hike and see the OEH pet playgrounds for more information.

NAWI natural reserves are non-smoking areas. The Myall Lakes Nationalpark is always open, but sometimes has to be closed due to bad wheather or fireanger. Parking fee: $8 per car per night. There are vending machine for coins and cards at the Mungo Brush campsite. Visiting NPWS Visiting Services Officer visits campsites on a regular basis to recover camper dues and sale yearly tickets.

Daily and yearly tickets are also available at the Great Lakes Area office, the Bulahdelah and Tea Gardens Visitor Information Centres and other regional salespoints.

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