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  1. Brogo

    Just 19 kilometres north of Bega is the stunning Brogo Dam, which is contained within the Brogo wilderness area and the southern section of Wadbilliga National Park. The park protects rugged coastal escarpment and plateau areas surroundi…

  2. Giriwa Garuwanga Art Gallery

    Welcome! Giriwa Garuwanga Art Gallery is an Aboriginal owned and operated art gallery. Located at the Ulladulla Local Aboriginal Land Council (ULALC) office, the gallery features artworks and products for sale created by local artists. Y…

  3. Cooks Nose Walking Track

    The walking track out to Cooks Nose is well-marked and steep in places, but the views at the end are simply spectacular. The track wanders through open expanses of heathland, which burst with colour in spring when the wildflowers are out. T…

  4. Pambula Merimbula Golf Club

    The only 27 hole golf course on the Sapphire Coast of New South Wales, the course winds its way through beautiful native bushland abutting the pristine Merimbula lakes. Lots of Australian wildlife on display. There is social and competi…

  5. Merrica River Nature Trail

    Those seeking a bushwalk through pristine landscapes and along deserted beaches swimming, fishing and picnicking on the way – should head to Merrica River nature trail. The area around the river mouth is virtually untouched, and those who …

  6. Walter Hood ride from Cudmirrah

    Gather a group of friends for a cycling adventure on Walter Hood ride from Cudmirrah in Conjola National Park. Enjoy lunch at Monument Beach picnic area. This route makes for a great day out, taking in heathland and forest before reaching t…

  7. Killalea Beach

    The state park features 250 hectares of pristine coastal reserve with excellent surfing beaches. It features stunning views in all directions, and a range of public recreation facilities consistent with environmental conservation. The p…

  8. Ulladulla Harbour North Beach

    This little known beach is located just north of Ulladulla Harbour and is pet friendly (off leash area) 24/7. You’ll often spot fisherman sitting on the wharf, a particularly pretty spot at sunrise, often joined by a friendly pelican. This …

  9. Bomaderry Creek Picnic Area

    For a lovely spot to have lunch or laze about under the trees, Bomaderry Creek picnic area is perfect. Surrounded by bushland and yet well-equipped and very easy to get to from the Princes Highway, this former quarry is a lovely place to un…

  10. Wagonga Picnic Area

    Take the Wagonga Scenic Drive from the Princes Highway north or south of Narooma, and it will lead you down to Wagonga Inlet and this picturesque picnic area. This is an ideal spot to sit back and enjoy a picnic lunch, with spectacular wate…

  11. Historic Terrace Houses

    Kiama's Historic Terrace Houses were originally built for the local quarry workers in 1886. These National Trust classified historic buildings now house a unique selection of crafts, collectables, clothing stores, and eateries. Behind the T…

  12. Bittangabee Bay

    A rocky enclosed bay with a small, scenic beach, Bittangabee Bay is an appealing spot to kick back and soak up spectacular coastline views. Remote without being inaccessible, it offers secluded swimming and fishing in a pristine natural env…

  13. 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 Depot Beach campground, thi…

  14. Flat Rock Beach

    Flat Rock beach is accessible from Holly Street or North Bendalong Road in North Bendalong and features a 90 metre stretch of beach between two rock platforms, and backs onto North Bendalong village. The beach is separated from the town by …

  15. Montague Island Lighthouse

    Montague Island Lighthouse is the perfect place to get in touch with history while seeing dramatic views, amazing birds and marine wildlife. Let your inner history buff loose and explore Montague Island Lighthouse. The lighthouse, built wa…

  16. Long Gully picnic area

    An entrance to Budawang National Park but much more besides, Long Gully picnic area is your first glimpse of the wilderness within. Facilities are basic, but all you need for a terrific picnic is a packed lunch and an appreciation for natur…

  17. Snake Bay

    Snake Bay is a beautiful isolated beach that is a combination of pebbles and sand, located along the Pretty to Pebbly walk and not accessible by car. The bay is backed by dense, steep bushland which gives the bay its unique look. Further so…

  18. Bournda National Park

    Bournda National Park is a natural playground on the Far South Coast, packed with options to entice explorers of all ages. Get away from the crowds and drive to Turingal Head, then wander down to Wine Glass Bay and spend the afternoon picn…