With scenic Bega views, this NSW south coast lookout is in South East Forests National Park. Stop on Myrtle Mountain to sightsee or picnic en route to Eden or Candelo.
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Wajurda Point lookout, in Mimosa Rocks National Park offers coastal and ocean views with seasonal whale watching opportunities.
Combine a barbecue with birdwatching at Goodenia Rainforest picnic area, near Merimbula. The easy Goodenia Rainforest walk starts from this scenic picnic area.
Biamanga Cultural area offers visitors to Biamanga National Park a scenic place to picnic and enjoy the short walk to a lookout with views over Mumbulla Falls and a beautiful gorge.
A short and easy walking track descends steeply to the secluded beach at Moon Bay in Mimosa Rocks National Park. Enjoy a picnic on the sand and explore the historic heritage of the area.
Great for walking with children, the easy Mimosa Rocks walk takes you along a short boardwalk to a lookout. You may spot the Mimosa shipwreck on the rocks below.
Taking in Bournda Lagoon, Sandy Creek and pockets of dry sclerophyll forest, Sandy Creek loop track is a hike in Bournda National Park on the far South Coast.
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.
Middle Lagoon walking track, in Mimosa Rocks National Park, is a short walk through forest to a coastal lagoon where birdwatching opportunities abound.
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.
If you’re birdwatching or walking with children, try the Goodenia Rainforest walking track. This short nature walk is located near Merimbula on NSW’s far south coast.
The walk from Haycock Point to Barmouth Beach in Ben Boyd National Park takes in whale watching, scenic coastal views, wildlife and birdwatching opportunities.
The Wajurda Point walking track leads to a lookout offering the best coastal views in Mimosa Rocks National Park. This easy walk is also great for whale watching.