After making a left hand turn at Bulahdelah, I found myself driving about 15km down a small road that turned to dirt. I was quite relieved when the GPS announced I had reached my destination.
Bombah Point is on the lower mid north coast and at the centre of the Myall Lakes National Park and it is part of the coastal scenic route between Bulahdelah and Hawks Nest/Tea Gardens so there is an alternative route to the busy Pacific Highway however if you do want to take this route you will need to take the historic car ferry across the lake.
Places to stay.
I stayed at the Big 4 NRMA Myall Shores Holiday Park which has camping sites for tents and cabins. The park has history dating back to 1909 when it first started becoming a popular tourist destination. It was originally run by Harry and Emily Legge who had set up a guest house and camping ground, it was run by the family until the 1970s when it was purchased by National Parks and Wildlife Service to be incorporated into the Park.
The park is beautifully maintained and full of wildlife.
Things to see and do.
Bush walks (See the office for maps)
Wild life spotting - Goannas, Kangaroos, Bush Rats, Birds and Snakes.
Enjoy a little lunch at the cafe
There are lots of mozzies so cover up and spray your self.
Cafe is licensed but no take out
Park has no internet
Favourite camping site - Site 22 + 23 has it own little beach.