Take a guided tour at historic Davidson Whaling Station – discover how killer whales helped the Davidson family. And when you're done, finish the day with a picnic at the nearby beach.
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Bittangabee Bay ruins, in Ben Boyd National Park, is an unfinished stone building dating from the 1840s, giving visitors a glimpse of early European history in the national park.
The scenic lookout from Disaster Bay in Ben Boyd National Park offers striking views over Disaster Bay and Nadgee-Howe Wilderness Area.
Green Cape lookout in Ben Boyd National Park is one of the best places to enjoy whale watching in NSW.
Haycock Point picnic area is a great place for lunch with family and friends in the Pambula area of Ben Boyd National Park. Enjoy coastal views, winter whale watching, and easy access to scenic walks.
Severs Beach, in Ben Boyd National Park in the whale watching town of Eden on NSW’s Sapphire Coast, offers Aboriginal heritage, fishing, beach walks and more.
Begin this multi-day walk at Boyds Tower down the far south coast, and end at Green Cape Lighthouse. Stop for a swim and the opportunity to spot seals, seabirds and whales.
Take an easy walk to historic Boyds Tower, find out about Ben Boyd’s empire dreams and enjoy whale watching and stunning views from the lookout.
Pinnacles loop walking track in Ben Boyd National Park is an easy walk with two lookout points from which you can view the Pinnacles erosion feature.
Bittangabee Bay to Green Cape walking track, in Ben Boyd National Park, links a pristine rocky beach with a historic lightstation, open to guided tours.
A section of the 30km Light to Light walk, Boyds Tower to Saltwater Creek walk covers 13.2km through scenic coast forest, with opportunities for swimming, fishing and birdwatching.
Pambula River walking track in Ben Boyd National Park is a short walk that offers scenic views along the coast and whale watching and birdwatching from the lookout.
The walk from Saltwater Creek to Bittangabee Bay in Ben Boyd National Park takes in backpack camping, fishing spots, birdwatching and whale watching.
The walk from Haycock Point to Barmouth Beach in Ben Boyd National Park takes in whale watching, scenic coastal views, wildlife and birdwatching opportunities.