Day Trips

A few more ideas on offer

There is plenty to do when camping Myall River. Not only is there the entire river to play in and explore, but there is the surrounding area as well. While people are more than happy boating, fishing, and relaxing along the river, other visitors are searching for new opportunities to explore the surrounding area.  BIG4 River Myall is close enough to still go to other surrounding area attractions. For our adventurous visitors, a popular place to travel to when staying at the River Myall resorts is the Myall Lakes National Park. This area is a well recognized and protected wetland sanctuary. Whether you prefer to explore the area by hiking or by boat, there are endless opportunities to get lost in nature and explore a bit of surrounding wildlife. Some available walking tracks will transport people to an Aboriginal gathering place, important to the Aboriginal people for over 4,000 years.


There is also the opportunity to take day trips. These day trips are perfect for people who may be visiting the area for a longer duration and want something to break up the time spent along the river. A popular day trip is to take a dolphin or whale watching excursion. This trip can even be augmented with the opportunity to swim with dolphins. 

Did anyone say markets? There are fantastic markets around the Barrington Coast every weekend and some are on a Tuesday and Thursday as well.

Bulahdelah is also home to the magnificent Clydesdales - you can visit to see why these horses are so special and loved.  

There are lots of 4WD tracks around to go and explore.

Barrington Tops, Gloucester, Stroud are all worth a drive.

Old Inn Road is a vineyard here in Bulahdelah that produces award winning wines. You can organise a private tasting here on site - please just let us know!

There is a gin distillery - Farmers Wife Distillery- at Allworth that you can visit. To  book a tasting please make contact with them directly.

 Be comfortable and peaceful while exploring the surrounding natural beauty of the Myall River area.