Morisset’s connection to nature
Connecting with nature
Perched on the edge of Lake Macquarie, Morisset is a gateway to a bounty of recreation options that showcase the very best of nature. From water pursuits on the lake to hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing and kayaking, the region provides a raft of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors and connect with nature.
Morisset is in close proximity to one of Australia’s largest inland saltwater lakes and there is no shortage of activities available for water enthusiasts. Spend time boating, fishing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding or just relaxing lakeside with a picnic and your latest podcast.
Fancy a day at the beach? Just a short drive from Morisset, you can explore a range of idyllic locations where you can bury your toes in the sand and relax to the sound of the waves. Isolated inlets, spectacular beach cliffs, rock pools, sea caves, snorkelling spots and family friendly beaches are all within reach of Morisset.
Watagans National Park
If you prefer more dry land pursuits, head north from Morisset and explore Watagans National Park. Boasting some of the country’s most spectacular rainforest scenery, adventurers can hike, bike, camp, birdwatch or go in search of spectacular views and waterfalls
Lake Macquarie State Conservation Area
Located to the south east of Morisset on Lake Macquarie, this conversation area is a hiker’s paradise. Pack a picnic and set out for the day to explore the coves and headlands and then take a dip in the lake to cool off after a scenic and invigorating walk.
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