If you are looking for that perfect picnic area then look no further. Sit back and take in the stunning views of the Wagonga Inlet whilst enjoying a picnic or barbecue lunch. After lunch take your pick from a number...
Discover ancient rock formations of golden sandstone, rich with fossils and stone artefacts, whichdate back more than 510 million years. This landscape is of great importance to the Yuin people, an Indigenous nation of the South Coast. Explore these legendary escarpments as you follow the walks and trails that weave along the headlands.
Dramatic headland walks
Begin your exploration in Murramarang National Park, on the 2km Wasp Head Walk. This headland trail traverses gloriously layered sandstone cliffs and lovely golden beaches. A short drive south from Batemans Bay is the picturesque Guerilla Bay, with rocks dating back more than 500 million years.
Follow the Guerilla Bay Banksia Walk from Guerilla Bay to Burrewarra Point. This 1.5km trail offers dramatic coastal and hinterland views. The most recognised pathway in Eurobodalla is the Bingie Dreaming Track, south of Moruya. This 13.5km path follows the traditional ‘song line’ taken by Brinja-Yuin people for thousands of years.
The track stretches from Congo to Tuross Head in the south. Discover traces of shell middens and stone artefacts along the way. Narooma is home to Glass House Rocks, found on the southern end of Surf Beach. These rocks are estimated to be between 510 and 440 million years old.
Ngaran Ngaran Culture Awareness tours teach the sacred dreaming stories of nearby Mount Gulalga. This extinct volcano rises from the Tilba Valley and also has sacred significance for the Yuin community. Gulaga is mystical with its massive granite tors and spectacular views.
Explore the Mount Gulaga Walk departing at Pam's Store in Tilba Tilba, and follow the 11 to 14km trail, originally built for gold miners in the 19th century, through beautiful rainforest to the spectacular summit. Explore Mystery Bay, an idyllic camping spot situated between Narooma and Central Tilba, named after five men who mysteriously disappeared in 1880.
Head further inland to visit the Duea National Park by 4WD to discover an abundance of flora, fauna and walking trails. This is the only way to access the Bendethera Caves Walking Trek. The 250m long, 320m wide limestone cave contains massive rock formations in 15m high caverns. The limestone is between 440 and 415 million years old and is rich with marine fossils.