Nearby National Parks
The closest forest to the property and in our eyes the best. Beautiful walking trails, an easy drive, mountain biking, scenic lookouts, horse riding, fishing, swimming, kayaking… you can do it all here.
Stretching from Port Stephens to Bungwahl, this national park has so many hidden treasures. Don’t miss the walk to Sugarloaf Lighthouse, Neranie, the Alum Mountain Trail and the beaches and walks at Seal Rocks.
Wedged between Wallis Lake and the Pacific Ocean, Booti Booti is home to Elizabeth, McBrides and Seven Mile Beach. Check out Cape Hawke Lookout and some other beautiful walks near Elizabeth Beach.
Favourite Walking Tracks
Follow the signs through Seal Rocks to the historic Lighthouse. Park at the entry to Myall Lakes National Park and take the wide path up to the Lighthouse. Take the path on the south wide of the lighthouse to a grassy knoll which is the perfect lookout to spot whales, dolphins and grey nurse sharks in the shallows below.
Take in the scenic beauty of Wallingat’s expansive eucalypt forests, Wallis Lake and a 100km of coastline from Whoota Whoota Lookout. You can access it by car or take a number of walking trails to get there. It’s a must-visit spot for capturing panoramic views of the region’s natural wonders.
Bulahdelah Mountain is an Aboriginal Place with cultural, spiritual and historical significance to the Worimi people. It includes moderate-steep walking tracks and lookouts to respectfully explore and enjoy, including traditional tree carvings, a cultural space with seating and fire-pit, and visitor facilities.
Explore The Lakes
Hire a kayak or paddleboard from Tony at Adacou. He’ll even bring the kayak or board to your chosen launch site on Myall or Smiths Lake. You can choose to go on guided tour of the lakes with him or a self-guided tour.
E-foiling is an exciting new water sports which has you gliding over the pristine waters on an electric hydrofoil. E-foils are silent, wake-free and with zero emissions so you can discover Myall Lakes in an eco friendly way.