Domesticated animals (including dogs and horses) are allowed on marine park beaches that local government authorities or other land management agencies have designated for such activities.
Vehicles are only permitted on beaches where designated by local government authorities or other land management agencies.
The above provisions do not apply to emergency and authorised vehicles, including those with a relevant permit.
Anchoring is generally allowed in the marine park except in sanctuary zones. Public moorings have been provided at:
All Marine Parks moorings are suitable for vessels up to 13 m long in winds of up to 21 knots, except heavy moorings installed at North Solitary Island.
These heavy moorings are suitable for vessels up to 25 m long in winds up to 21 knots. Vessels must connect using their own painter or bow line of at least 30 m.
A Marine Parks mooring must not be used in a manner contrary to the conditions of use as displayed on that mooring.
See the Marine Parks Mooring and Anchoring Policy for more information.
A motorised personal watercraft (i.e. jet ski) is not permitted in an estuary, except in the Sandon, Wooli Wooli and Corindi rivers for the purpose of travelling between the ocean and the lowest boat ramp (at a speed not exceeding 4 knots).
These regulations apply to collecting plants and animals in the park:
Cleaning fish and fishing gear are not permitted in a sanctuary zone, except at a facility designated for those purposes.
Cleaning fish and fishing gear at the Minnie Water Lagoon are not permitted, except at a cleaning facility designated for those purposes.
Please see the policy on Artificial reefs and fish attracting devices in NSW Marine Parks for more information.