NSW state parks are managed by Reserve Trusts on behalf of Crown Lands and provide access to some of the most beautiful and pristine locations in Australia for recreation.
State parks offer fun and affordable activities such as picnics, BBQs, camping, water sports and bush walks in serene and tranquil locations.
Situated less than six hours from Sydney, seven state parks are located on inland water sources, each having caravan and camping facilities, and providing some of the best fishing in the State. Ten state parks are dotted along the New South Wales coastline. Surfing reserves are also located in Sydney at Cronulla State Park and on the south coast at Killalea State Park. See the facilities guide for information and ideas about our great state parks.
Our state parks provide a range of recreation facilities perfect for day trips and visitor accommodation such as caravan and camping sites, bungalows and cabins, for longer holidays.