Frequently asked questions
Murramarang National Park in Australia requires a vehicle entry fee of AUD 8 per day. This fee can be paid at the park entry points or at the Visitor Centre. Please note that camping fees are separate and vary depending on the campground you choose within the park.
Dogs are generally not allowed in Murramarang National Park, as it is a protected area for native wildlife. However, there are some pet-friendly accommodations and campgrounds nearby, outside the national park boundaries. Please ensure to check with individual campgrounds and accommodations for their specific pet policies.
Yes, you can have fires at Pretty Beach Campground in Murramarang National Park, Australia, as long as you use the provided fire pits or barbecue facilities. However, it is important to note that fire restrictions may be in place during certain times of the year, especially during high fire danger periods. Always check for any fire bans or restrictions before starting a fire, and follow the park's regulations to ensure a safe and enjoyable camping experience.
Murramarang National Park is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including:
- Eastern grey kangaroos
- Swamp wallabies
- Brush-tailed possums
- Various bird species, such as rainbow lorikeets, eastern rosellas, and white-bellied sea eagles
- Reptiles, including goannas, blue-tongue lizards, and snakes
- Marine life, such as dolphins, seals, and a variety of fish species
Exploring Murramarang National Park provides a unique opportunity to encounter these animals in their natural habitat.