There are a number of walking trails in the northern coastal section of the park and around the Coola Outstation and Lake Bonney area. Bushwalking is a fantastic way to connect with nature, keep fit and spend time with family and friends.
Cape Buffon Walk
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The Cape Buffon Walk highlights how the forces of wind and waves have shaped the limestone cliffs, sea stacks, reef platforms and vegetation along the coast. A variety of plants can be found along the trail.
Coola Outstation Historical Walk
The Coola Outstation Historical Walk is located 20km south west of Millicent. The walk features the Coola Lookout which offers a fantastic view of the lake, dunes and farmland surrounds. Across the boardwalk is an area of dryland tea-tree known as the 'singing forest' with picnic facilities available. Examples of early farm machinery may be seen along the walk.
The Seaview Walk features spectacular rock formations, sandy beaches, seabirds and a myriad of plants, while offering stunning scenic views of the coastal environment. The blue-green coastal daisy bush may be found along the walk and is usually smelled before it is seen as the leaves have a pleasant aroma. Evidence of wombat and echidna burrows and scratchings are often visible.
Willichum Lookout Walk
Willichum Lookout Walk offers splendid panoramic views of the bay, the park and rocky cliffs from a viewing platform.