Top tips for visiting Byfield National Park
Written By: 4 Boys and a Caravan
About the author:
We are a full-time travel family of 6, Tom, Aimee and our four boys, Tyler, Lincoln, Jett and Chase. We have been travelling around Australia in our caravan since January 2018. We sold our house in the North Eastern suburbs of Melbourne and almost everything we owned. We wanted to live a more simple, minimalist lifestyle making memories while are kids are young and spending quality time together as a family. Doing all this whilst showing our boys this amazing country we call home.
Byfield National Park is every adventurer’s dream.
Boasting challenging 4WD tracks, stunning beaches, and crystal-clear creeks to explore, this special part of the world will get you off the beaten track to reset, relax and unwind.
Our favourite part of this National Park is taking the journey to 5 Rocks. Why? Well in the words of local musos, Busby Marou, it’s a place to ‘walk and talk for hours and hours, about nothing in particular at all’ – just our cup of tea!
Five Rocks Holiday Rentals put us up for the night so that we could truly discover this remote and stunning location. Their two-level beach house in Stockyard Point was the perfect base to farewell the sun and reflect of our days adventure.
Whether you are day-tripping or overnighting, here are our top tips to make your visit as enjoyable as possible…