NRMA Myall Shores Holiday Park is located in the middle of the magnificent Myall Lakes system on the Western side of a peninsula known as Bombah Point.

If you are coming from the North you can get to NRMA Myall Shores Holiday Park via Bulahdelah along Bombah Point Road (this road has a 5km section of gravel but is kept in good condition, if traveling after dark watch out for wildlife).

If you are coming from the South via the coastal town of  Hawk Nest along Mungo Brush road past the amazing deserted beaches at Hole in the Wall or the huge sand dunes at Dark point. You will then  cross the Broadwater on the Bombah Point Ferry (two minute crossing, fees do apply) that operates between the hours of 8am and 5.30 pm, so don’t be late as it’s a long drive around.

Plan your trip

Please plan your arrival for at least an hour before sunset as our wildlife utilize the roads after dark and can be hazardous to traffic.

Bring your bike, surfboard, kayak, swimmers, sunscreen, fishing rod, books, sense of adventure, and big smile. Myall Shores has something for everyone.

Myall Shores Water Quality

NRMA Myall Shores Holiday Park is found in a beautiful remote location. Due to its location, all water used at the park is sourced via the underground aqua filter water system. The water is perfectly safe to drink, so please don’t be put off by its slight discoloration.

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Park Entrance / Reception

Information Centre


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Walking tracks


Fishing Spots

Mountain Biking

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