Wallaga Lake National Park is a former national park in New South Wales, 296 km (184 mi) south-west of Sydney and north of Bermagui.
- Area:12.269 km2
- Elevation:3 m
- Local Government Area:Bega Valley Shire Council
Wallaga Lake National Park is a former national park in New South Wales, 296 km (184 mi) south-west of Sydney and north of Bermagui. It now forms part of a greater Gulaga National Park.
In 2001, as part of the Southern Comprehensive Regional Forest Agreement and at the request of Yuin people, Gulaga National Park was created out of the existing Wallaga Lake National Park, Goura Nature Reserve, and Mt Dromedary Flora Reserve.In May 2006, ownership to this former National Park, plus the rest of the Gulaga National Park, was restored to the area's Traditional Owners, in whom legal tenure was vested (in trust) as part of an agreement signed by then New South Wales Environment Minister Bob Debus and representatives for the Yuin people.The name of the park derived from Wallaga Lake, which is of cultural significance as well as being a source of food for the Yuin people.
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