Located on the banks of the Myall River, Bulahdelah is a launching point to explore the surrounding hinterland and the Myall Lakes National Park
The township is dominated by Alum Mountain. Historically linked with the timber and mining industries, today the Bulahdelah Mountain Park has a number of walks of varying grades and magnificent views. On top of the mountain are relics to its mining past and some of the best climbing on the coast. Alum Mountain is home to 85 varieties of orchids and fascinating landscapes.
Nearby the Wang Wauk Forest Drive in the Myall Lakes National Park passes by some of the State’s largest flooded gum trees including The Grandis, the tallest known tree in the State. These forests now provide a refuge for fascinating wildlife and industrial archaeological remains.
Bulahdelah has a country feel Main Street which is home to cafes, restaurants and retail. The town hosts events throughout the year including the popular Bulahdelah Bass Bash. There are also markets every month.