The creation of the Narrabeen Lagoon State Park reflects the significance of the lagoon and surrounding public lands to the people of NSW.
Narrabeen Lagoon State Park encompasses the largest of four coastal lagoons in the Warringah Local Government Area and the majority of Crown land within the catchment.
Narrabeen Lagoon is a precious asset that affords a range of recreational, tourist and sporting activities all within a unique environment less than 30 kilometres from the Sydney CBD.
Warringah Council is the manager of the State Park.
Phone: 02 9942 2111
Email: Enquiry form
Website: Warringah Council
Multi-use Trail, Showers, Public toilets, Picnic Tables, Playground, Picnic Area, Parking, Disabled Toilets, Bus Stop within 100m, Boat Ramp, Garbage Bin.
Water sports and fishing, Bushwalking, Bird watching, Cycling, Jogging
Narrabeen Lagoon State Park is located on Sydney’s northern beaches, less than 30 kilometres from the Sydney CBD. Parking is available at Middle Creek Reserve(off the Wakehurst Parkway), Berry Reserve (off Pittwater Road) and Jamieson Park (off The Esplanade).