Wangi Wangi Point

Watkins Road, Wangi Wangi, NSW, 2267

Experience Details

This reserve is primarily a passive recreation area with the walking trails being designed to protect the environment, while at the same time providing an opportunity to enjoy the variety of vegetation types and visual experiences found in the reserve. The two lookouts enable extensive views of the lake. The walks meander through a glorious bushland of wattles, coastal banksia and orchids, leading to lookouts offering vistas of Pulbah Island. Keep an eye out for green sea turtles and dolphins below and sea eagles above. This patch of paradise is also home to squirrel gliders, kangaroos, lorikeets and the threatened pied oystercatcher. Location: Wangi Wangi Point Type: Four walks available, Linear and Loop Time: 20 minutes to one hour Distance: 500 metres to 2.2 kilometres Grade Level: Easy to Moderate Start Point: From the car park entrance Facilities: Picnic areas, lookout Access: Dobell Drive and Watkins Rd, Wangi Wangi Prohibited: No pets or open fires Information: Part of the Lake Macquarie State Conservation Area
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Watkins Road, Wangi Wangi, NSW, 2267


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