Yacaaba Head

Beach Road, Hawks Nest, NSW, 2324

Experience Details

Please note: Yacaaba Headland, in southern Myall Lakes National Park at Port Stephens/Hawks Nest, is temporarily closed while environmental and cultural heritage assessments are undertaken. Please see National Parks & Wildlife for more information. Yacaaba Head is the largest headland of the bay called Port Stephens at the southern boundary of the Barrington Coast at Hawks Nest. The headland offers spectacular views. The final section of the walk to the top is very steep and unformed, its more suitable for experienced walkers. There is no formal lookout but the top is marked by an old trigonometrical survey point. The walking track begins from Bennetts Beach (also called Hawks Nest Beach) and the initial section is a well-formed path, winding its way through a tall open forest. You'll walk six kilometres in total and ascend 228 metres above the glittering waters of the Pacific Ocean and Port Stephens. Allow three hours for a return journey.
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Beach Road, Hawks Nest, NSW, 2324


International - Nature & Wildlife