Termeil Lake is a peaceful refuge for wildlife and visitors alike, with options for fishing, swimming, paddling, picnicking and birdwatching in pristine surroundings.
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Wandandian Creek is an easily accessible waterway that offers several branching directions for a variety of activities including paddling, fishing, kayaking and birdwatching.
Get close to nature on Heath Circuit, a 24km loop bike ride along signposted trails.
Monument Beach ride from Bendalong is a cycling route through Conjola National Park leading to a picnic area with scenic ocean views and a historic monument.
Walter Hood ride from Cudmirrah is a scenic cycling route through Conjola National Park to Monument Beach. Great for picnicking, birdwatching and spring wildflowers.
Tabourie Lake is a beautiful coastal lake ideal for fishing, paddling, windsurfing, swimming, walking and birdwatching.
Get a wonderful bird’s-eye view of Clyde River and scenic views of the district at Holmes lookout, a popular picnic spot that’s perfect for a birdwatching day trip.
Near Ulladulla on the NSW South Coast, tranquil Pattimores Lagoon in Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve offers a viewing platform for birdwatching with scenic wetland views.
George Boyd lookout in Morton National Park, South Coast NSW, offers scenic views over Shoalhaven, including Jervis Bay and Lake Conjola.
A short, easy walk to Pointer Gap lookout in Morton National Park offers scenic South Coast views with wildflowers and birdwatching opportunities, near Yatte Yattah.
Snapper Point lookout offers a superb vantage point for whale watching and views all the way to Gulaga mountain, a sacred Aboriginal site.
Unwind with a picnic lunch at the Depot Beach picnic area in Murramarang National Park. It’s right by the beach, so you can enjoy some swimming, paddling or fishing.
Long Gully picnic area is a comfortable spot to settle down for the day beside scenic Yadboro River, with nearby swimming and day walks for the experienced hiker.
Set in a forest behind the beach, Monument Beach picnic area is a quiet base from which to take a short walk and learn about the history of the area.
Tucked into forest behind the beach, the Pebbly Beach picnic area is equipped with barbecues and picnic tables.
The Wasp Head picnic area is a tranquil bush setting offering scenic coastal views, fishing, walking and birdwatching opportunities.
Pigeon House Mountain Didthul picnic area offers basic facilities as well as terrific birdwatching and a walking track up the mountain to a scenic lookout.
Spend the day at Conjola Beach picnic area exploring remote beaches, bushwalking, whale watching and birdwatching, in Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve, near Lake Conjola Village.
Pretty Beach picnic area offers dramatic coastal views, a tree-shaded picnic and barbecue spot, great fishing opportunities and several stunning walks.
Stokes Island picnic area is an idyllic place to picnic by the beach with options for swimming, surfing, snorkelling, fishing, birdwatching and relaxing by the beach.
Termeil Beach beckons you for a day of swimming, surfing, walking, picnicking and fishing in a secluded beach surrounded by coastal forest.
Richmond Beach is one of Murramarang’s hidden treasures. Just 50m from the carpark on an easy walking track you can enjoy picnicking, swimming, snorkelling, fishing and paddling.
Completing the iconic Pigeon House Mountain Didthul walking track near Ulladulla in Morton National Park rewards hikers with amazing panoramic views of the area.
Depot Beach marks the start and end of this easy walk through lush littoral rainforest. Go for a swim, surf, snorkel or paddle in the clear waters when you return.
Hyams Beach trail, also known as the Bird Spotter’s walk is great for birdwatching in Jervis Bay National Park. Continue the walk to Seamans Beach for a refreshing swim.
The steep but rewarding Pebbly Beach to Durras Mountain walking track combines beaches, incredible coastal views, and wildlife spotting in Murramarang National Park, near Batemans Bay.
A challenging walk, Pretty Beach to Durras Mountain walking track offers scenic coastal views and birdwatching in Murramarang National Park.
Pretty Beach to Snake Bay walking track is a challenging day walk along rock platforms, isolated beaches and through coastal forest. It can only be walked at low tide and in calm weather.
Pretty Beach to Snapper Point walking track is a short and easy walk for all the family. The lookout offers scenic coastal views and excellent opportunities for whale watching and birdwatching.
This short walk offers rich rewards, leading to the entrance of Cullendulla Creek, perfect for an afternoon picnic and swim near the shorebirds.
Acheron Ledge walking track, in southern Murramarang National Park, leads to a remote beach offering swimming, fishing and snorkelling with great ocean views to Bateman’s Bay.
North of Ulladulla, Burrawang track leads from Conjola Beach to Buckleys Point, offering fantastic fishing and birdwatching in Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve.