Mid North Coast national parks include:
- Arakoon National Park - Click here to see a gallery of Trial Bay Gaol
- Boorganna Nature Reserve
- Brimbin Nature Reserve
- Carrai National Park
- Coorabakh National Park
- Cottan-Bimbang National Park
- Crowdy Bay National Park
- Cunnawarra National Park
- Curracabundi National Park
- Dooragan National Park
- Hat Head National Park - Click here to see a gallery of Arakoon - Hat Head National Park NSW
- Kattang Nature Reserve
- Limeburners Creek National Park
- Lord Howe Island Marine Park
- Macquarie Nature Reserve
- Middle Brother National Park
- New England National Park
- Ngambaa Nature Reserve
- Oxley Wild Rivers National Park
- Saltwater National Park
- Sea Acres National Park
- Tapin Tops National Park
- Werrikimbe National Park
- Willi Willi National Park
- Wingham Brush Nature Reserve
- Yarrahapinni Wetlands National Park
- Yarriabini National Park
Find out more about the Mid North Coast national parks at the Office of Environment & Heritage website.
Foundation Projects in the Mid North Coast Region
Platypus Monitoring in the Bellinger catchment
The Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife funded scientists to survey the Platypus in the three major rivers of the Bellinger catchment. Supported by the local community, scientists collected data through netting, observation from the river bank and by canoe.
Growing Crowdy Bay National Park
Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife funds purchased freehold land on the eastern edge of Watson Taylors Lake for Crowdy Bay National Park.
Growing Curracabundi National Park
The Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife purchased 3,700 hectares of diverse woodlands to extend Curracabundi National Park.
Growing Oxley Wild Rivers National Park
The Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife acquired the property Green Gully, 13,000 hectares of identified wilderness, to be added to what is known the Macleay Gorges Wilderness within Oxley Wild Rivers National Park.
Growing Yarrahapinni Wetlands National Park
In 2007 the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife purchased 137 hectares to restore a historic wetland on the Macleay River. Yarrahapinni Wetlands National Park was born.