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Our extended family of 11 have just returned from a week's stay at the Myer House in Mimosa Rocks. This house was very clean and well equipped. It has ample room for a big family with a huge family room, three toilets and a good...More
Stopped by here on our way from Bermagui to Tathra. Looked like a nice camping spot and was pretty with it's beach and wallabies. We saw some people fishing. But for a couple just stopping by for a quick sight seeing then my advice would...More
The road into the carpark was gravelled and dirt which was a bit difficult to drive with a saloon car. It was a Long road in and you will need to go all the way in to reach the car park. The Long drive is...More
We went into Gillards Beach which is one of the camping grounds in Mimosa Rocks National Park. The bush was just brilliant but we did have to be careful as the road was very narrow and we were towing a caravan.
We had a lovely...More
The National Park sits at the top end of the Sapphire Coast and covers some 14,340 acres of forest dotted with lagoons and lakes and bordered by 20 kilometres of almost contiguous coastline. The beaches are strikingly beautiful, perfect crescents of fine, deep golden sand...More
The beaches within Mimosa NP are usually a 3 or 4ks in from theTathra-Bermagui Road, but are well worth the effortto get there. Aragannu has a boardwalk over Aborigine middens, Nelsons Beach has an estuary on one side of the sand spit and the ocean...More