This incredible National Park covers over 26,000 hectares and protects the largest and least disturbed coastal plains in South East Queensland.  The wetland areas are of national significance and the tidal wetland areas supporting habitat critical for the region's recreational and commercial fishing species.

Plant and animal communities are in abundance, with riverbanks of mangroves, wallum heath showing off spectacular wildflowers and tea tree wetlands with huge cabbage palms waiting to be discovered. The white sands give way to deeper soil where eucalypt forests include vulnerable Goodwood gums.

This breathtaking area is only a short drive south of Bundaberg and offers several walking tracks for visitors to explore and 4WD tracks and beachside camps to discover. Camping is available at Burrum Point or behind the dunes at Kinkuna (both four-wheel drive access only), with camping permits required.

The Woodgate Beach section has a wheelchair accessible boardwalk across a melaleuca swamp which includes cabbage palms.