Burrum Coast National Park is a showcase of protected coastal lowland vegetation types: paperbark swamps (with cabbage palms - especially in the Woodgate section), wallum heaths and mangroves. The Kinkuna section features a narrow picturesque beach, low coastal dunes, tea-coloured waterways and flat sandy plains. Explore the Woodgate section on a wheelchair-accessible boardwalk across a melaleuca swamp or along walking tracks to viewing and fishing platforms, and a bird hide. Canoe across the river, go birdwatching your try your luck at fishing. Enjoy camping at Burrum Point or behind the dunes at Kinkuna (both four wheel drive access only). In late winter and spring, delight in the wallum heath natural wildflower show.
Children are welcome. This area has natural hazards including water - supervise children closely at all times.
Wheelchair accessible facilities are provided in three areas in the Woodgate Section - at Hoppy Larks Creek day-use area; Walkers Point day-use area; and a section of the Banksia track.
Entry to the park is free of charge, however, camping fees apply.
How To Get There
The park is 30 kilometres south of Bundaberg and consists of four sections - Kinkuna, Woodgate, Burrum River and Buxton sections. Visitors need a four-wheel-drive vehicle to access camping areas. Walking track entrances are accessible by conventional vehicles (dry weather only). All roads within the Kinkuna section are accessible to four-wheel-drives only.
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