Killalea is approximately 265 hectares of pristine coastal reserve with some of the best beaches on the NSW South Coast. With coastlines, rainforest areas, extensive wetlands and seabird breeding areas, Killalea is popular for day trips, educational groups, boating, surfing and fishing. For nature lovers, walking trails through littoral rainforest areas offer many delights, as do trails along extensive estuarine wetlands and seabird breeding areas. Swimming and surfing are on offer at The Farm and Mystics, two of the best surf beaches on the south coast. Beach, estuary and rock fishing attract many anglers to the park. For offshore fishing, launch a boat from Minnamurra river or Shellharbour village Boat Harbour .
Visit Killalea to spot Sea Eagles, Snakes, Lizards, Echidnas and the occassional Flying Fox. Whales can be seen migrating between May and November each year. Killalea also has threatened plant species, remnants of subtropical rainforest, littoral rainforest, regionally significant wetlands with important ecological values and a freshwater coastal lagoon (Killalea Lagoon), an important breeding habitat.
- Park run every Saturday morning starting at the Cafe 8am sharp
- Domestic pets are not allowed
- Disable Toilets are located at varies locations through out the Reserve including Cafe Area, Farm Beach Carpark
- Campground has 1x bunkroom and amenities with disability access