Wyrrabalong National Park

Wyrrabalong National park on the NSW Central Coast is divided into two main sections. The northern section sits between the South Pacific Ocean and Tuggerah Lake (with the Central Coast Hwy cutting up the middle) south of Norah Head. The south section covers a coastal strip from Forresters Beach to Bateau Bay. The park is rich with great views, sandy beaches and the last significant coastal rainforest in the area. A great place for walking, swimming, fishing and relaxing.

There are alerts raised for Wyrrabalong National Park as at Sat, 10 Apr 2021 16:13:24 +1000
Other planned events: Pest management program in Wyrrabalong National Park (Magenta Section)
NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) will be undertaking a baiting program using meat baits containing 1080 (sodium fluoroacetate) poison for the control of foxes.
Ground baits will be laid from Tuesday 13th April - Tuesday 20th April 2021 in the northern section of Wyrrabalong National Park at Magenta. For your safety, please don't touch the baits. Warning signs will be displayed at baiting locations to notify park visitors.
1080 is lethal to dogs and cats. Park visitors and neighbours are reminded that domestic and working animals area not permitted in national parks at any time. It is recommended that you tie your dogs up during this time if they like to roam. Take your domestic dog or cat to the vet immediately if you suspect they have eaten a bait.
For further information please call NPWS Central Coast Office on 02 4972 9000.

Safety alerts: Central Coast waterways impacted by recent flooding
Central Coast Council is strongly advising visitors to not swim or make contact with local waterways as it may be detrimental to your health.
Water quality has been impacted by the recent flooding, resulting in high bacterial levels and debris washing up on our beaches.
Please visit Central Coast Council’s news feed at www.centralcoast.nsw.gov.au/council/council-news/news for further information and updates.
Council is monitoring the situation and providing regular updates on their Facebook and Twitter pages.