Fishing and Boating
Lake Conjola is a deep coastal lake regularly open to the sea which provides a wonderful playground for fishing and boating enthusiasts.
The township is located at the southern side of the mouth of the Lake Conjola estuary, north of Ulladulla. It is believed to take its name from Cundjuhrong, the Aboriginal name of a freshwater fish found in the local creeks. Here, the expansive waterways of Lake Conjola are ideal for fishing, swimming, boating and in the warmer months, good prawning on the northern shores.
Take the boardwalk (suitable for wheelchair access) at Lake Conjola for a pleasant 15 minute walk to the beach. Stop at the viewing platforms along the way for excellent panoramic views of both beach and lake.
Surrounding the area is extensive reserve land, with a good day trip to Boyd Lookout providing spectacular views of Lake Conjola and beaches to the south. Here there are good facilities with picnic tables, barbecues and toilets.
Accommodation can be found in a variety of caravan parks or self-contained holiday homes. The Lake Conjola Bowling Club is great for eating out with cafes and restaurants to satisfy your taste buds a short drive away.