Walking trails in Eurobodalla
Walking trails in the Eurobodalla region take you to spectacular natural beauty, from magnificent national parks with vantage points for whale watching to ancient rock formations on gorgeous beaches. You can even walk across a sandbar to Broulee Island and explore rare littoral rainforest.
Begin your exploration just north of Batemans Bay in the Murramarang National Park, on the 2km Wasp Head Walk. The trail traverses gloriously layered sandstone cliffs and lovely golden beaches. A great spot in this ruggedly beautiful wilderness to spot migrating whales is the North Head lookout.
A short drive south from Batemans Bay is the picturesque Guerilla Bay, with rocks dating back 510 million years. On the enchanting Banksia walk amble in a bottlebrush forest at Burrewarra Point. Another fine walk for spotting whales, this 1.5km trail offers dramatic coastal and hinterland views.
One of most recognised pathways in Eurobodalla is the Bingi Dreaming track, south of Moruya. This 13.5km path follows a traditional songline taken by Brinja-Yuin people for thousands of years. You’ll see traces of shell middens on this track, which stretches from Congo to Tuross Head in the south.
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Other popular coastal walks include:
- Honeysuckle Beach and Myrtle Beach walking tracks
- Cullendulla Beach track
- Broulee Island Reserve walk
- Mill Bay boardwalk
- Lake Brou to Potato Point walk
In the forested hinterland are more great walking trails. Mount Gulaga is an extinct volcano of sacred significance to the local Yuin Aboriginal people. The Mount Gulaga walk departs at Pam's Store in Tilba Tilba and follows a colonial goldmining trail through rainforest to the summit for amazing views.
Head farther inland by 4WD from Moruya to the Deua National Park and discover an abundance of flora and fauna. This is the only coastal way to access the Bendethera Caves walking trek, an 8km return trail to an ancient limestone cave. Before your adventure, please read these bushwalking safety tips carefully.