Arakwal National Park
In 2001 the Byron Shire Council and the Indigenous people of Byron Bay developed the Arakwal National Park, stretching from the Lighthouse reserve south along Tallow Beach for 2km. This park is a product of the Indigenous Land Use Agreement and is a jointly managed project between the NSW State Government and the Arakwal people. The park recognises historical and cultural indigenous relationships to country in this area and is the first park of its kind in Australia. The beaches that are included along this reserve do not permit dog walking.
Location: Arakwal National Park Byron Bay NSW 2481