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Established in Australia’s Bicentennial Year (1988), Pottsville Environment Park is 54 hectares of coastal vegetation set between the two arms of Cudgera Creek. With over 4km of walking tracks, wetland boardwalks and viewing platforms, on-site camping, kitchen, toilet and shower facilities Pottsville Environment Park is an ideal location for school and environmental group excursions.

Pottsville Environmental Park

Where is it: Centennial Drive, Pottsville, NSW 2489

Camping fees: per person per day for educational and environmental groups only, and includes full use of the kitchen. A minimum overnight fee applies.

Kitchen fees: per day applies.

Hall Hire: full and half day (max 4 hrs) hire available for Schools and Community Groups (Non-Profit Org) and for Private and Commercial Hire in relation to the Environment and/or Education. Hall hire includes tea making facilities.

Fees and Charges: See Council's Fees and Charges Fees and Charges

Bookings: To check availablity contact Tweed Shire Council on (02) 6670 2400.

Park Features

Eucalyptus Track 2500m
Melaleuca Track 750m
Billabong Track 350m
Rainforest Track 700m
Boardwalks and viewing platforms
Walking distance to Pottsville town centre, beach and Mooball Creek estuary
Toilet, shower and kitchen facilities - Please note that the Public Toilet is not be available till further notice
Level camp ground


Tweed School groups may wish to book a guided walk or talk from Council's Environmental Education Program. For further information see Educational Tours and Resources or email education@tweed.nsw.gov.au.
Last Updated: 17 May 2017