To begin with I camped, tented, at this location. How can I say this, it was more than I imagined. The owner's family was very nice, but more than just that. I was on a quest in Australia to experience as much wildlife as possible. The birdlife at the park was remarkable, there were even Tawny Frogmouths in the park that the pointed out to me. Several species of kangaroo/wallaby and several frog species too, and a monitor or two. Close by is a mangrove with mudskippers and then the topper, a walkable reef. Getting to the reef isn't easy though, you need a 'real' 4 wheel drive (I had an X trail rental, not a good choice, scratched the Dickens out of it and almost got stuck too).
The owners are really first rate, lovely helpful people. This place is a jewel, it's simple living, but a jewel. I sure wish I didn't live half a world away or you can bet your bottom dollar they would see a lot more of me.