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Corunna picnic area

Eurobodalla National Park


Enjoy a peaceful picnic or barbecue at Corunna picnic area in Eurobodalla National Park on the far south coast. It’s a great spot for fishing, boating and waterskiing.

Picnic areas
Eurobodalla National Park

Corunna picnic area is a popular spot among locals and it’s easy to see why.

Set among trees in a small clearing by Corunna Lake, the picnic area features tables and barbecues that look out on to the scenic lake and lush green hills behind it.

The calm water provides a good spot for some paddling and waterskiing. There’s a boat ramp at the northern end of the picnic area where you can take your boat out for the day to relax or go fishing.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info


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