Bawley Point Attractions

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  1. Meroo Beach

    Meroo Beach runs south of Meroo Head from 800 metres down to Nuggan Point. It is accessible from Meroo Head camping ground which is a great place to camp by the beach. This beach features the entrance to Meroo Lake...

  2. Racecourse Beach: Bawley Point

    Racecourse Beach near Bawley Point town backs onto Racecourse Beach Tourist Park. It is a short walk from the car park on Murramarang Road and has great sand dunes which will entertain kids for hours. Take the nearby...

  3. Shelly Beach

    Shelly Beach near Kioloa village runs south from Shelly Head which is a popular fishing spot in small swell. Surfable waves can often be found on the point or the beach. There is a sandy beach track which can take you...

  4. Meroo Head lookout walking track

    Even if you are only visiting Meroo National Park for a few hours, you can’t miss the spectacular coastal views from Meroo Head lookout walking track. It’s a lovely short walk through tall forest to the northern edge...

  5. Pebbly Beach Picnic Area

    Pebbly Beach picnic area is tucked into the forest behind the beach and is famous for its abundant population of eastern grey kangaroos.It’s a great spot to stop for a swim or for the aspiring fisherman to...

  6. Depot Beach Picnic Area

    It doesn’t get much more beautiful than the view from Depot Beach. Set on the pristine south coast of NSW, the white - sand beach is enclosed by a majestic spotted gum forest. It’s a small piece of paradise and the...

  7. Bawley Beach

    Bawley Beach is protected by the large southern headland (Bawley Point) which features two popular surf breaks. On the northern protected side of the point there is a jetty and a boat ramp making for great fishing and...

  8. Lake walking track

    Immerse yourself in the tranquil coastal forest on this medium length walk in the central area of Murramarang National Park. Lake walking track leads off Durras Lake Discovery trail and follows the northern shore of...

  9. North Durras Beach

    The most southern beach of the Shoalhaven is North Durras Beach which backs onto North Durras village on the southern end of the beach. The northern reef near Point Upright is a popular surfing spot in bigger swell....

  10. Rock Platform Walk - Depot Beach

    The rock platforms near Depot Beach, form part of Batemans Marine Park, and offer a rare opportunity to observe the fascinating marine worlds of the intertidal zone. Only accessible at low tide, it’s a perfect place...

  11. Stokes Island Beach

    The beautiful Stokes Island Beach runs south from Tabourie Point Beach in Murramarang National Park. It backs on to the Sunburnt Beach Campground where you can camp surrounded by national park. It is sometimes...

  12. Murramarang Aboriginal Area

    Located on the NSW South Coast, enriched with historic heritage, Murramarang Aboriginal Area has one of the largest and most important Aboriginal sites on the NSW coast.Can you imagine what life was like 12...

  13. Depot Beach

    Depot Beach is a stunning beach with abundant native wildlife and clear water and swimming holes. It backs onto Depot Beach campground and the tiny two-street village of Depot Beach. Behind the beach is a short...

  14. Burrawang Walking Track

    A delightful walk that is bound to enliven the senses with scenic vistas, birdwatching and wildlife. Burrawang walking track winds through the largest preserved stand of spotted gums in coastal NSW. Starting near...

  15. Nuggan Point Beach

    This short beach has beautiful untouched forest growing right down to the sand. It can be accessed on foot from Meroo Head or Willinga Point along the Nuggan Point Walking Track. Walk or mountain bike to the beach...

  16. Termeil Lake

    Set before a dramatic backdrop of forested hills, Termeil Lake provides a peaceful refuge for wildlife and visitors alike.No powerboats can access the area, so there’s nothing to disturb the peace while you...

  17. Kioloa Beach

    Kioloa Beach runs south from Butlers Point and backs onto Kioloa Beach Holiday Park. The beach can be accessed from Kioloa Beach Holiday Park or a car park at the southern end of the beach. The beach features a boat...

  18. Merry Beach

    Merry Beach faces due East and backs onto a caravan park which offers fantastic beach front camping. Fishing is popular in small swell from the prominent O’Hara Headland on the northern end of the beach. From Merry...

  19. Cat and Kitten Beach

    Cat and Kitten beach is near Bawley Point and provides the best views of Brush Island. Brush Island lies directly off the shore and is a grassy island about 47 hectares in size. Cat and Kitten Beach forms part of the...

  20. Bull Pup Beach

    Bull Pup Beach is a quiet south-facing beach which backs on to the Murramarang Aboriginal Area Walking Track and some of the Murramarang middens. This beach has deeper water near to the shore and is often protected...

  21. Avenue Beach

    Avenue Beach lies between Shelly Beach and Kioloa Beach and backs onto coastal bushland. This beach is great for a peaceful walk and is located in close proximity to the Australian National University coastal campus....

  22. Pretty Beach

    Whether you’re camping or treating yourself to a stay at the nearby cabins, Pretty Beach is a great place to take in some of Murramarang National Park’s stunning 44 kilometre long coastline.If you’re camping...

  23. Meroo Lake walking track

    If you are looking to get away from it all, then Meroo Lake walking track is for you. Wrap yourself in the tranquillity of these calm coastal waters and reconnect with nature.Follow the walking track from Meroo...

  24. Snapper Point Lookout

    Snapper Point lookout shines in winter, when whales migrate past the Murramarang coastline and the crisp clear air offers unrivalled photography opportunities. But whales are only the first of several drawcards here:...

  25. Burns Bay

    Burns Bay is located along the Pebbly to Pretty walk and backs on to dense bushland. The beach itself is made of pebbles and the bay which protrudes into the mainland makes for good snorkelling in the right tide. The...

  26. North Beach

    North Beach is a little known beach which runs between Willinga Point and Nuggan Point for about 750 metres and includes the inlet to Willinga Lake. The beach can be accessed from a car park at Willinga Point and the...

  27. Guillotines Surf Break

    Guillotines is a famous surf break at Bawley Point, popular with body boarders and short boarders who like shallow barrelling waves. The waves break onto the rocks allowing the crowd to get right up close to the...

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