Mimosa Rocks National Park
Mimosa Rocks National Park
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Megan C
Sydney, Australia386 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2023
Nice area to explore with some boardwalks at Mimosa Rocks. Clear water, although cold and a quiet area. Nice place to stop and have a look.
Written 27 March 2023
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Chicken Kebab
Australia2,648 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2021 • Couples
This is an excellent place for swimming, relaxing and fishing. Take the Lake Nelson road, or rather gravel road, for about 3 kms to the car park, and then another 300 mtrs walk through a lovely bit of thick bush land which opens up to the clear water lagoon on one side and the ocean on the other. It is the best of both worlds for families with children or the more adventurous. We walked south along the beach to the rocks and threw in a line and caught 3 flathead within 30 mins. There is a toilet block at car park. We arrived on a busy day and managed to find a spot to park, otherwise you will end up back up the road.
Written 21 December 2021
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Skeney57
Sydney, Australia24,423 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2021
We took the northern entrance into the NP to see the actual Mimosa Rocks! The NP is named after the PS Mimosa which was wrecked on the rocks in 1863 with the loss of 2 lives. The dirt roads are easily traversed by 2WD but can be very corrugated between limited maintenance, not the NP&WS fault, more like Govt under funding! Several camping spots in this section with limited facilities. We stopped at Aragunnu Beach car park & did the short 800m walk to the Rocks. You cam park a lot closer but it was a pleasant walk thru the bush with bird calls , goannas & other visitors. The actual shore front is the weathered result of the original volcanic actions and requires care as you walk over the pebbles. We had lunch back near the beach which I found to be a bit wild & wooly with extra care required but well worth a quick dip after the bush walks. Will do the other sections on our next visit!
Written 5 March 2021
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Emanpee
Sydney, Australia2,734 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2020
There are several different access roads into the coastal part of Mimosa National Park. We entered via Nelson Lake Road and took in the short but picturesque Wajurda Point and Moon Bay walks. Wajurda Point is a 450m ,one way reasonably flat, walk to a very good lookout platform that gives great coastal and ocean views. Moon Bay walk from the same carpark starting point is only 250m but nearly all downhill and formed steps to the beach, so a steep walk back. Well worth the small detour off the highway, plenty of free parking and accessible by 2WD. No facilities except basic toilet.
Written 13 November 2020
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Tony W
Sydney, Australia4,584 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2020
When you turn off the main road onto the gravel road you enter a different world. Beautiful scenery driving through a rain forest you need to slow down or stop and listen to the wildlife. The drive can be a little difficult for the inexperienced it is well worth the effort.
Written 7 October 2020
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Sqish
Canberra, Australia96 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2019 • Friends
What an amazing beautiful place. We camped in a spot where there was some isolation surrounded by ferns and beautiful gums. The beach was beautiful but wild. Lots of surfers but not great for swimming. Pretty walks, much aboriginal significance and 20kms from Bermagui. Regenerating and revitalising
Written 19 January 2019
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flapflap
Sydney, Australia144 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2019 • Family
Visited with our 5 month old during the Christmas holiday period. The drive in is along a winding gravel road. The walk to the rock was manageable with baby in a carrier. Saw a wallaby near the carpark as we were returning to the car to leave.
Written 5 January 2019
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Irini F
Melbourne, Australia111 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2018 • Couples
Beautiful Australian scenery. Love this country!
Loads for trees & wildlife to see.

Driving through the mimosa rocks national park was beautiful
Written 12 December 2018
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Mpeg36
Canberra, Australia223 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Family
Our extended family of 11 have just returned from a week's stay at the Myer House in Mimosa Rocks. This house was very clean and well equipped. It has ample room for a big family with a huge family room, three toilets and a good kitchen. The Myer House is well situated at Bithrey Inlet and our kids went swimming nearly every day. We tried fishing but didn't get one bite! Would highly recommend for a large family gathering.
Written 13 October 2018
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Lenzlo
Canberra, Australia2 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Couples
Stopped by here on our way from Bermagui to Tathra. Looked like a nice camping spot and was pretty with it's beach and wallabies. We saw some people fishing. But for a couple just stopping by for a quick sight seeing then my advice would be to skip. We did like how everyone had been stacking rocks though.
Written 8 October 2018
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