Bingi Bingi Point
Bingi Bingi Point offers a scenic expanse of golden beaches and untamed bushland with sea eagles soaring overhead and waves crashing on rugged rocks below. Perched on the edge of Eurobodalla National Park on the south coast, even if it’s not whale watching season, there are birdwatching opportunities all year round.
Bingi Dreaming track runs from Congo to Tuross and passes Bingi Bingi Point. Hike a section of this track, enjoy walking around the rocks, having a picnic or taking in the scenic coastal vista.
Keep your eyes peeled for the rusted remains of the ill-fated SS Monaro on the eastern end of the point. On the morning of 29 May 1879 the 521-tonne vessel ran ashore after battling bad weather and heavy seas, and within hours the ship was in pieces.
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