Ben Boyd National Park

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Ben Boyd National Park

Ben Boyd National Park
Named after Ben Boyd who in 1842 established his whaling operations in Twofold Bay, this park abounds with history and the remains of old Davidson Whaling Station can still be visited today. Spectacular coastal scenery is a major feature with rugged cliffs, rock formations, and sea caves, backed by hills covered with banksia forests and flowering heaths.
Camping is permitted at Saltwater Creek or Bittangabee Bay. Bookings essential for Christmas holidays and Easter. (PO Box 186, Eden 2551. Phone (064) 961 434).
The Northern section of the park is located 8km north of Eden and the southern section is 18km south of Eden.

   

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