About Killalea Reserve
The great outdoors is just a short drive from Wollongong! Escape the bustle of city life and explore this spectacular coastal reserve. Less than 30 minutes south, take an escape day trip that will leave you feeling worlds away in nature's beauty at killalea regional park. A small but not insignificant place called Minnamurra Beach may be your destination for catching waves or fishing along its famous surf breaks.
Killalea Reserve is a fantastic tract of coastal land that has been dedicated as a public recreation area for surfing, fishing and picnics. You can also enjoy bushwalking or camping here! Killalea's favourite two surf beaches are 'The Farm' at Killaloea and Minnamurra Beach, also known as Mystartics by locals. The word my means many in Aboriginal languages, and it seems appropriate that this beach has such a name because there are so many fish found on their trips here!
What to do in Killalea Reserve
Camping is an excellent way to spend time with friends, family members or loved ones. Killalea Campground provides affordable accommodation for students who are looking for a quick getaway from their busy lives in city life while also providing them with the chance to do some outdoor exploring on foot which can be done at any camp! This serene and picturesque spot is the perfect place to spend a relaxing weekend with family.
Springtime is the best time to visit if you are looking for some good bird watching. Spotting threatened species like Australian bitterns and pied oystercatchers can also be found here! There will also likely be several different types of ducks in your pictures because this area has coastal heathland with sub-tropical rainforest patches right next door too. It's quite diverse when it comes down to how many birds live here year-round.
Killalea is a hidden treasure trove of rare and endangered plants, including the white-flowered wax plant. The area also contains massive Morton Bay figs that can be found nowhere else on earth!
One local company in Wollongong that is involved in this tourist attraction:
Address: 17 Ralph Black Dr, North Wollongong NSW 2500
Telephone: (02) 4202 6386