Things To Do

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Things to do in Hat Head

The primary attraction in Hat Head is of course Hat Head National Park is simply stunning. Home to long, sandy beaches, dramatic headlands, and one of the largest dune systems in New South Wales. With stunning coastal heaths, pockets of rainforest, extensive wetlands and beautiful wildflower displays the variety of natural beauty it contains is breathtaking.

Hat Head is a must do destination. With the perfect golden sandy beaches, dramatic sea cliffs and delightful coves. There is plenty to while-away a sunny summer day with the family.

Nestled within the dense, natural bushland of Hat Head National Park, the beachside village of Hat Head boasts a crystal clear creek that opens onto stunning beaches.

Kids will love swimming in the gentle waves, or take them snorkeling at high tide in the pristine waters of Korogoro Creek.
Korogoro Creek can also be explored by surf ski, paddle board or kayak.

But, fishing is the main game in these here parts, and with the deep waters of the continental shelf only 11 miles offshore, you’re in with a good chance of catching the big one while you’re here. There’s access to a boat ramp and even a fish cleaning area to help you prepare your catch after a successful day.

The Hat Head Scenic Drive is also a wonderful way to explore the area if walking is not your thing.