Brisbane Water National Park
About Brisbane Water National Park
The Brisbane Water National Park is an awe-inspiring protected area that sits 47 kilometres (28 mi) north of Sydney and 10kms west of Woy Woy. As well as being located just off the highway, there are plenty of signs to show you're entering into something special: first impressions aren't always accurate but this will change once your vehicle drives past wooden slat fencing which stretches out like lazy rivers across green fields filled with stubbornly happy farms, or seeing wide open spaces blanketed by Australian flora & fauna at every turn along winding dirt roads lined only occasionally by houses--allowing them room enough.
This vast oceanfront park is a haven for nature enthusiasts, who come here in search of the perfect spot to enjoy a peaceful walk or ride on horseback. The Brisbane Water National Park also offers visitors many different activities like fishing and swimming, but it's best if you bring your dog because they are allowed all over this area!
What to do in Brisbane Water National Park
The best way to experience this beautiful park is by taking in all it has for you. There are many scenic views, ancient Aboriginal engravings sites and wildflower displays that will delight any nature lover! Bring your fishing rod because the fishin' here can be great fun; if not just enjoy a day on land exploring what there between two rivers or walking along forest trails while catching glimpses of water through gaps in trees.
The ancient Aboriginal rock engravings in Brisbane Water National Park near Gosford on the central coast offer a great opportunity for visitors to get up close and personal with Australia's rich heritage. The park protects many such sites, which are visible reminders that we all belong here - this is our land after all!
One local company in Central Coast involved in this tourist attraction:
Address: Unit 3/8 Akora Road, Wyoming NSW 2250
Phone: (07) 3555 8943