Eurobodalla National Park

Ocean beaches, spotted gum forests, wetlands and estuaries offer a variety of scenery and an important habitat area for waterbirds and threatened native animals such as the white-footed dunnart. The Eurobodalla area also has significant Aboriginal and European cultural sites.

Stretching south from Moruya Heads to Mystery Bay, Eurobodalla National Park captures a diverse collection of stunning ocean views, protected coastal habitats, walking tracks and reclusive camping. Great for a day trip or weekend getaway, Eurobodalla National Park, offers access to some of the best walking, surfing, whale watching and fishing spots on the unspoilt south coast.

The park is easily accessible for a day trip from one of the nearby towns and villages of Moruya, Narooma, Bodalla and Tuross Head. With so many activities to choose, you're bound to find something you enjoy.

Go surfing at 1080 Beach, or drop in your line at Brou Lake to try your luck at catching a fish or two. There are plenty of lookouts and headlands that offer amazing coastal views, as well as being great vantage spots for whale watching. You're likely to see kangaroos and a range of birds around the park, plus the park's lakes are popular for waterskiing and kayaking. If you're keen to explore the park on foot, try the Bingi Dreaming track – a 14km walk along the coast south from Congo to Tuross Head.

Camping by the beach at Congo campground is a popular spot for families or stay in an environmental sustainable cabin by the beach at Beachcomber Holiday Park. It's a great spot to see kangaroos, wallabies, and even emus, right on the beach!. Anywhere you choose to stay in the park you will enjoy an experience like no other, combining stunning ocean vistas, abundant native wildlife, unique coastal bushland, and, above all, absolute serenity.

For more information visit the NSW National Parks website.

Below: Coastal view looking south toward Potato Point headland.

Coastal view looking south toward Potato Point headland