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  1. Murramarang Aboriginal Area

    Located on the NSW South Coast, enriched with historic heritage, Murramarang Aboriginal Area has one of the largest and most important Aboriginal sites on the NSW coast. Can you imagine what life was like 12,000 years ago? At Murramarang A…

  2. Tranquillity Bay

    Tranquillity Bay is as the name suggests a peaceful cove around the corner from Depot Beach, walking distance from Depot Beach village. The remoteness of the area means that the cove is rarely busy and known as a nice spot to relax. The r…

  3. Pebbly Beach

    Pebbly Beach, located in the Murramarang National Park, is already known widely as the home of the surfing kangaroos (a myth arising from a photograph of a kangaroo in the low surf). The Pebbly Beach turn-off is about 10 kilometres south …

  4. Snapper Point Lookout

    Snapper Point lookout shines in winter, when whales migrate past the Murramarang coastline and the crisp clear air offers unrivalled photography opportunities. But whales are only the first of several drawcards here: dolphins frequent the a…

  5. East Lynne Store

    East Lynne Store is famous for its homemade pies and great coffee, and is the place to stop when travelling on the South Coast. Located between Termeil and Bateman's Bay, the store is perfectly located on the highway for an easy rest stop. …

  6. Racecourse Beach: Bawley Point

    Racecourse Beach near Bawley Point town backs onto Racecourse Beach Tourist Park. It is a short walk from the car park on Murramarang Road and has great sand dunes which will entertain kids for hours. Take the nearby Murramarang Aborigin…

  7. Termeil Point Beach

    This beach runs for 1.7 kilometres from Termeil Point to Meroo Head. Meroo Head features a spectacular cove and rock formation which is great for exploring and provides beautiful views. At the northern end is the entrance to Termeil Lake wh…

  8. Lake walking track

    Immerse yourself in the tranquil coastal forest on this medium length walk in the central area of Murramarang National Park. Lake walking track leads off Durras Lake Discovery trail and follows the northern shore of Durras Lake through stan…

  9. Stokes Island picnic area

    If you are looking for a picturesque place to picnic, then you can’t go past Stokes Island picnic area. Surrounded by bangalay-banksia forest, it’s an idyllic beach spot that will leave you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. Throw down a picn…

  10. Termeil Lake

    Set before a dramatic backdrop of forested hills, Termeil Lake provides a peaceful refuge for wildlife and visitors alike. No powerboats can access the area, so there’s nothing to disturb the peace while you are paddling and exploring the …

  11. Nuggan Point Beach

    This short beach has beautiful untouched forest growing right down to the sand, and rocky borders to explore. It can be accessed on foot from Meroo Head or Willinga Point along the Nuggan Point Walking Track. which can be accessed from Baw…

  12. Shelly Beach

    Shelly Beach near Kioloa village is popular for fishing and surfing, depending on conditions, and also has a walking track across Shelly Head to Racecourse Beach. Surfable waves can often be found on the point or the beach. There is a sand…

  13. Merry Beach

    Merry Beach faces due East and backs onto a caravan park which offers fantastic beach front camping. Fishing is popular in small swell from the prominent O’Hara Headland on the northern end of the beach. From Merry Beach you can take the …

  14. Timbertops - Horse Riding

    Timbertops maintains a stable of 30 horses of all sizes to cater for people with varying degrees of ability from beginners to competent riders, children and adults. They offer one and two hour trail rides. These rides take you through be…

  15. Bawley Vale Estate

    Bawley Vale Estate, is a 100 acre property situated three kilometres west of beautiful Bawley Point Beach. It has plantings of 100 olive trees, over 150 various fruit trees and five different varieties of grapes - over 6500 vines in total…

  16. Burns Bay

    Burns Bay is one of the beautiful beaches along the Pebbly to Pretty Walk. Backed by dense bushland, the beach itself is made of pebbles and it's often sheltered bay generally has low waves, making for good snorkelling in the right tide. …

  17. Avenue Beach

    Avenue Beach lies between Shelly Beach and Kioloa Beach and backs onto coastal bushland. This beach is great for a peaceful walk and is located in close proximity to the Australian National University coastal campus. The beach runs down to …

  18. Kioloa Beach

    Kioloa Beach runs south from Butlers Point and backs onto Kioloa Beach Holiday Park. The beach has a boat ramp and is a great spot to go fishing and swimming. Belowla Island makes this beach relatively protected from big swell. Access is…

  19. Merry Street Restaurant and Bar

    Merry Street Restaurant and Bar is nestled in Kioloa, NSW, moments away from pristine beaches and home to abundant wildlife. Owners John and Heather Estival have created a welcoming coastal atmosphere, complimented by a team of friendly, d…