Cape Hawke, NSW
The park is a popular destination for visitors to the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, offering a range of recreational activities, including hiking, swimming, and birdwatching, as well as scenic drives and lookouts, including the Cape Hawke lookout.
The lookout is a popular spot for whale watching during the migration season, when humpback whales can be seen passing along the coast.
The Cape Hawke area is home to some beautiful beaches.
McBrides Beach, Lobster Pot Beach, and Burgess Beach are all located in the vicinity and offer a range of experiences for visitors. McBrides Beach is a secluded and peaceful spot, ideal for swimming and sunbathing. Lobster Pot Beach is known for its stunning scenery and crystal-clear waters, making it a popular spot for snorkeling and fishing. Burgess Beach is a great option for families, with its sheltered waters and picnic facilities.
Just to the north of Cape Hawke, you’ll find One Mile Beach, a long and unspoiled stretch of sand that’s perfect for a quiet stroll.
To the south of the cape, Seven Mile Beach is a popular destination for surfers and beachgoers alike, with its rolling waves and pristine sands.
With so many great beaches to choose from, it’s no wonder that the Cape Hawke area is such a popular destination for beach lovers. Cape Hawke Surf Lifesaving Club patrols at the southern end of One Mile Beach in Forster.
Nearest Airport: Taree