Kianinny Bay and Boat Ramp

Overview

Kianinny Bay is a sheltered inlet in Tathra, known for its resident stingrays and pristine blue water. It is a lovely swimming area and usually protected from the wind. Hop into the water via the…

Kianinny Bay is a sheltered inlet in Tathra, known for its resident stingrays and pristine blue water. It is a lovely swimming area and usually protected from the wind. Hop into the water via the beach or rocks, or jump off the jetty for a thrill.

Kianinny Bay was the port for the Bega area prior to the construction of Tathra Wharf and today is equipped with a well set up boat ramp and fish cleaning facilities. It is one of the best spots on the Sapphire Coast to set out on deep-sea fishing adventures.

Kianinny Bay is home to the Tathra Amateur Fishing Club which holds regular fishing competitions. Chamberlain Lookout on the northern side above the Bay offers views of the coast.

Kianinny Bay is fringed by Bournda National Park to the south. A track head for the nine-kilometre Kangarutha walking track can be found near the picnic area.

Access to Kianinny Bay is via Kianinny Street, then last right turn down to the boat ramp area.

Does not cater for people with access needs.

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