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  1. Meroo Head lookout walking track

    Even if you are only visiting Meroo National Park for a few hours, you can’t miss the spectacular coastal views from Meroo Head lookout walking track. It’s a lovely short walk through tall forest to the northern edge of the headland, then y…

  2. North Beach

    North Beach is a little known beach which runs between Willinga Point and Nuggan Point near Ulladulla. It is 750 metres long and includes the inlet to Willinga Lake. The beach can be accessed from a car park at Willinga Point and the Willi…

  3. Meroo Beach

    Meroo Beach runs south of Meroo Head from 800 metres down to Nuggan Point. It is accessible from Meroo Head camping ground which is a great place to camp by the beach. This beach features the entrance to Meroo Lake which is usually closed o…

  4. Sunburnt Beach

    Sunburnt Beach is a short beach north of Termeil Point that has its own campground on the northern end. This stretch of coastline has numerous camping areas in the Meroo National Park. This beach sometimes attracts bigger swell with occasio…

  5. Guillotines Surf Break

    Guillotines is a famous surf break at Bawley Point, popular with body boarders and short boarders who like shallow barrelling waves. The waves break onto the rocks allowing the crowd to get right up close to the surfers - they put on a pret…

  6. Bawley Beach

    Bawley Beach is protected by the large southern headland (Bawley Point) which features two popular surf breaks. On the northern protected side of the point there is a jetty and a boat ramp making for great fishing and paddling. The break …

  7. 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 …

  8. 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…

  9. Depot Beach

    Depot Beach in Murramarang National Park is a stunning beach with abundant native wildlife and clear water and swimming holes. It backs onto Depot Beach campground and the tiny two-street village of Depot Beach. Behind the beach is a short…

  10. 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 …

  11. Rock Platform Walk - Depot Beach

    The rock platforms near Depot Beach, form part of Batemans Marine Park, and offer a rare opportunity to observe the fascinating marine worlds of the intertidal zone. Only accessible at low tide, it’s a perfect place for the kids to discover…

  12. Meroo National Park

    Meroo National Park is a pristine coastal playground near Ulladulla and Batemans Bay on the NSW South Coast, packed with natural beauty and things to do. Whether you are looking for a camping holiday with the kids, a weekend getaway and or …

  13. Bull Pup Beach

    Bull Pup Beach is a quiet south-facing beach which backs on to the Murramarang Aboriginal Area Walking Track and some of the Murramarang middens. This beach has deeper water near to the shore and is often protected from the swell. The Murra…

  14. Gannet Beach

    Gannet Beach is a short beach in Bawley Point village south of Jurwin Head which is great for snorkelling and surfing. It is accessible from Malibu Drive at various points along the beach. The beach is often quiet but attracts crowds in sum…

  15. 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…

  16. Murramarang Beach

    Murramarang Beach is one of the longer beaches in the Bawley Point area, and is great for walking and playing beach games. It runs south from Malibu Drive in Bawley Point village and also acts as an inlet to a small lake named Swan Lake. T…

  17. Cat and Kitten Beach

    Cat and Kitten beach is near Bawley Point and has the best views of Brush Island. Brush Island lies directly off the shore and is a grassy island about 47 hectares in size. Cat and Kitten Beach forms part of the Murramarang Aboriginal Are…

  18. 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…