The Camden Haven is a birders paradise offering a diverse range of habitats from the coastal heaths to sub tropical rainforests. More than 200 species of birds have been observed
A great range of walks are on offer in the Camden Haven. Rainforest loops, steep mountain tracks, scenic coastal walks and lakeside meanders; there’s a walk for all levels of experience and fitness.
The Camden Haven still holds the record for the largest bream ever caught. Can you catch the next big one?
The National Parks and Nature Reserves of The Camden Haven feature something for the whole family – Aboriginal heritage, historic sites, great bushwalks and great camping.
North Brother Mountain, Middle Brother Mountain, Bonny Hills; these sites offer the best coastal paragliding in NSW.
The Camden Haven district offers a vast array of picnic spots from rainforest stream banks to the beach. Most have playgrounds, BBQs, toliets and picnic tables
The pristine beaches, clear mountain streams and calm lakes of the Camden Haven offer a great variety of swimming and surfing options.
The headlands of the Camden Haven: Diamond Head, Kattang Nature Reserve, Grants Head and Bonny Hills offer great whale watching vantage points.