Biamanga National Park

Biamanga National Park – South Coast NSW

Biamanga National park is located 307kms south of Sydney and surrounds the beautiful Sapphire Coast town of Bermagui. The national park is sacred to the Yuin People who maintain their ties today. The park is famous for its deep aboriginal tradition and is now managed by the Aboriginal community.

Find out more of the aborignal signinficance of Biamanga


 

Highlights of the Park

The highlight of the Biamanaga National park is the Mumbulla Mountain range, which runs through the middle of the park and is the remains of extinct volcanic activity.

The centre of the mountain range is the Mumbulla Falls in which the Mumbulla creek flows from and leads into the Murrah river. The Murrah river flows into the sea at Murrah Lagoon 10 minute drive south of Bermagui.

There is a 225 metre raised walkway suitable for wheelchair access which leads to a viewing platform over the falls. The highlight is the natural water slide and a 4-5 meter jump. The pools and scenery are beautiful with some great opportunities for photographers. There’s some well detailed aboriginal history of the area as well with 2 public bbqs for use near the car park.

Getting there: From Bega take Tarraganda Lane on the eastern side of town, which then becomes Dr George Mountain Road. Follow this road for 11 km then turn left into Mumbulla Creek Road and follow it to the falls for 13 km. Access to the falls from Glen Oakes Road on the Princes Hwy at Brogo is now closed.


Accommodation – Biamanga National Park

There is no accommodation within the national park, however, there are numerous campsites scattered along the coast which make easy access.

Aragunna Camp Grounds – Accessed along Aragunnu Rd off the Bermagui–Tathra Rd, about 25 km south of Bermagui.

Gillards Campsite – off the Tathra-Bermagui road onto Gillards Road, about 5km south of Tanja and 9km north of Tathra. The Southern part of Mimosa Rocks National Park.

Middle Beach – About 25 minutes south of Bermagui. Follow the Tathra-Bermagui Road and turn onto Haighs Road, just north of Tanja, look for Middle Beach Road.

Picnic Point – 30 minutes south of Bermagui. From Bermagui, head to the Tathra – Bermagui Road. Take a left at the Wapengo Lake Road.


Other National Parks on the Sapphire Coast Fishing on the Sapphire CoastFishing at Narooma Mimosa National Park