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Broken Head Nature Reserve is 98 hectares in size and encompasses superb headlands with steep rainforest clad slopes sweeping down to secluded beaches. The reserve was dedicated to ensure the preservation of an unusual occurrence of coastal subtropical rainforest called littoral rainforest. The prominent headlands have provided protection and the forest has devised growth methods to deal with exposed conditions and salt laden winds. The reserve contains many tree species - such as White Booyong, Rosewood Red Bean, Red Carabeen and Yellow Carabeen - which once occurred in the 'Big Scrub'. It also contains the southernmost occurrence of the Smooth Seeded Kurrajong and one of the few known examples of Stinking Cryptocarya in NSW. The moist sheltered gullies harbour Bangalow Palms and Soft Pink-leaved Maidens Blush. Hard Brush Box, Native Elm and Tuckeroo tower on the ridge tops above the low understorey of palm-like Burrawangs. There are two popular walks in the Reserve - one from the car park on Seven Mile Beach Rd to Kings Beach (about 350m) and a second track from the Broken Head Caravan Park called 'Two Sisters Walking Track' which provides unsurpassed views seawards, with a lookout platform and interpretive signage. Camping and day use facilities are provided at the Broken Head Holiday Park. Camping and the lighting of fires are not permitted in the reserve or on any of the beaches. Broke Head Holiday Park has nine self-contained cabins, or if you prefer camping we have over 100 powered and unpowered sites. The park has undercover free barbecue facilities, modern amenities, full laundry facilities and a kiosk.

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