The state park features 250 hectares of the pristine coastal reserve with excellent surfing beaches. It features stunning views in all directions and a range of public recreation facilities consistent with environmental conservation.
The popular Killalea Beach known as ‘The Farm’ is famous with surfers throughout the region. It was declared a national surfing reserve in June 2009. The beaches are not patrolled. However, there are beautifully landscaped picnic areas in the park with barbecues and public amenities for the family to enjoy. The park also features bush and coastal walking trails and is within the Bass Point Reserve and Shellharbour Village distance.
Popular recreational activities include surfing, fishing (from rock, beach and river), picnics at several sites throughout the park. Unpowered campsites are available in the camping area, including a camp kitchen, laundry, clean amenities and a bunkhouse. The bunkhouse can accommodate up to 35 people, which is great for groups. There is a cafe within the park opened daily for breakfast and lunch.
Download the “Tread Shellharbour” app for some history and take a virtual tour.