Eurobodalla Walks

Get the kids out and about!

With such a variety of types of walks to choose from, the Eurobodalla region offers something for everyone and something to keep you occupied every weekend of the year.
Beach walks, rainforest walks, even island walks are available in this gorgeous region of the NSW South Coast.
Please leave us a comment if you have been on any of these walks so other families can learn more about them, and if you have any suggestions of walks in the area, please let us know.
Happy Walking!

Montague Island Lighthouse

Montague Island Lighthouse Where: Montague Island Nature Reserve The track up to the lighthouse is a steep one but definitely rewarding. With stunning views of the nature reserve and the island, this really is a beautiful sight, and worth the trip. Home to hundreds of...

Bay Cliff Walking Track

Bay Cliff Walking Track Where: Nadgee Nature Reserve, near Eden Bay Cliff walking track is a 1.2 kilometre loop track where you'll follow the edge of Wonboyn Lake where you can see Pelicans and other waterbirds feeding. Little ones will then love how the walk takes...

Mangrove Walk

Mangrove Walk Where: Cullendulla Creek Nature Reserve, Surfside Mangrove Walk is a reserve is steeped in Aboriginal cultural history and is significant for its ancient middens and burial sites. It is also home to one of the largest preserved mangrove forests south of...

Mill Bay Boardwalk

Mill Bay Boardwalk Where: Narooma As the name suggests, the Mill Bay Boardwalk is a pram, bike and wheelchair friendly walk fit for the whole family! The walk itself is 250 metres in length, however you can extend the fun by venturing a further 1 kilometre on to...

Eurobodalla Botanic Gardens

Eurobodalla Botanic Gardens Where: Batemans Bay These beautiful Botanic Gardens sits on 42 hectares of forest, features plants native to the Eurobodalla region, and was constructed with families in mind! Of particular interest to younger children is the sensory...

The Big Hole

The Big Hole Where: Near Braidwood Kids love getting their feet wet at any time of year, so if you're a family who love adventure head to Deua National Park to complete the intriguing Big Hole walk. As the name suggests, this 3.5 kilometre walk (which will take around...

Biamanga Cultural Area

Biamanga Cultural Area Where: Bega Biamanga Cultural Area is an area of special cultural significance to the South Coast’s Yuin people. This is a child, pram and wheelchair friendly picnic area with a boardwalk that leads you to a lookout with stunning views. Being an...

Durras Lake Discovery Trail

Durras Lake Discovery Trail Where: Durras The Durras Lake Discovery Trail is a great walk for little ones. They will love the stepping stones, climbing tower and log walk, and everyone will enjoy the beautiful scenery on offer on this hour long (1.5 kilometre) walk....

Can you recommend a walk?

If you have a suggestion of a walk we don’t yet have listed on the site, we would love to know about it. It takes quite a while to build up a list like this so your help would be really appreciated.  Just let us know a short description about the walk, what is great about it and where it is. If you like you can submit some photos to info@southcoastkids.com.au
We can’t wait to hear from you!

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