From fishing and boating to waterskiing and mountain biking, Lake Conjola on the beautiful NSW South Coast is a wonderful playground. Enjoy a range of water sports, bushwalking and cycling in national park wilderness. Join Walking on Water for wakeboarding and other fun adventures.
About Lake Conjola
A beautiful coastal waterway, Lake Conjola is perfect for aquatic adventures. Enjoy a range of water sports, including fishing, kayaking, waterskiing and wakeboarding. Cyclists will be thrilled with the exhilarating trails weaving through Conjola National Park on the northern side of this deep lake.
Surfers will be impressed with long rides at Green Island, at the mouth of the lake and just below Cunjurong Point. On the southern side of the lake is the village named after the sparkling waterway. Boats, kayaks and stand-up paddleboards are available for hire from Lake Conjola Post Office Store.
You can also enjoy delicious meals and cool drinks at the Conjola Bowling Club. You’ll find plenty of places to stay around the lake and many fun things to do, such as water sports with Walking on Water and mountain biking on the Monument Beach ride from Bendalong, on the northern side.
Explore the Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve, adjacent to Lake Conjola village. Burrawang track is a delightful walking trail from Conjola Beach to Buckleys Point. You can also join a guided walking tour with Kotahi Tourism and see kangaroos and hear fascinating stories about this wonderful area.
Getting to Lake Conjola is easy. The drive from Sydney along the spectacular NSW South Coast is a little over three hours. From Canberra, the drive is less than three hours. In the Shoalhaven region, Lake Conjola is short drive from Ulladulla, Milton and Manyana, a village near Cunjurong Point.