Bulahdelah is situated at the foot of the Alum Mountain on the Pacific Highway. Bulahdelah is surrounded by beautiful Myall lakes and State forests. Bulaldelah is a good base for Bush walking. At Wootton 15 km to the north there is a walking trail along a reconstructed timber railway bridge towards the historic trestle bridge.
Bulahdelah mountain park
Bulahdelah Mountain Park has picnic and barbeque facilities, remains of alunite mining machinery, rare orchids and walking tracks.
Bulahdelah State Forest
Bulahdelah State Forest is situated at 14 km to the north of the lakes way. States (NSW) tallest tree, a flooded gum tree can be found in Bulahdelah Forest.
Myall Lakes National Park
12 km to the east of Bulahdelah, Myall Lakes National Park is situated. Myall Lakes contains network of coastal lakes which are ideal for water sports, house boat hire, and bushwalking and campaigning.
Whales can be spotted near the base of light house in the months of June – August. This place is called as Sugar loaf point light house; it was established in the year 1875.