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Booti Booti, NSW

Booti Booti National Park

Booti Booti

Entry to the ocean side of this walk is at `the ruins’ camping ground at the
Southern end of Seven Mile Beach. A short walk takes you to the top of flat
Rock. Be careful of the steep grade. Combined the ocean and lakeside walks
Cover 3.2km. This ocean walk is suitable only if you are fit. An easy entry
Is on Lethbridge road, Elizabeth beach. This walk gives a Birdseye view of
Elizabeth beach and the coastline. The walk along the lake is recommended
For the less energetic.

Nearest Airport: TAREE

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About Booti Booti

  • Locality: Urban locality
  • Booti Booti Postcode: 2428
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: North Coast NSW
  • Latitude: -32.3106
  • Longitude: 152.51646
  • Elevation: 13m
  • Area (Sq/km): 2.551
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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